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Human Ecology Week April 7-11, 2008

by NationTalk on April 7, 2008465 Views

Presented by Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Health in Harmony with the Environment
Join International and Local Speakers for a Dialogue on Health, Community, Sustainability and the EnvironmentOPENING EVENT Monday, April 7
Healthy Communities, Healthy Environment

White Buffalo Youth Lodge, 11:30am –1:30PM
Lunch is $10. Please RSVP by April 1 to anne.mease@usask.ca

Community well-being in the context of sustainable development:
How do relationships with others and with the environment influence health?
How can social activists, health workers, policymakers, educators, and community members make a difference?

Speakers include:

Willie Ermine, Ethicist and Assistant Professor, First Nations University of Canada
Alastair McIntosh, Visiting Professor, Centre for Human Ecology, Scotland and author of Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power
Cristina Moreno, Human Ecology Consultant, Brazil
Lewis Williams, Director, PRHPRC; Associate Professor, Department of Native Studies, University of Saskatchewan

MORE HUMAN ECOLOGY WEEK EVENTS

Monday, April 7, 2:30–6pm at White Buffalo Youth Lodge
Indigenous Perspectives on Economic Development & Environment

Friday, April 11, 9:30AM–3:00pm at Mayfair United Church
Land, Belonging & Nomadic Identities: Women, Migration & Well-Being

Friday, April 11, 7:30pm–9:00pm at White Buffalo Youth Lodge
Scottish Land Reform: Recovering Indigenous Identities

http://www.prhprc.usask.ca/Events/human-ecology-week

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