Events

YouthCan IMPACT Webinar, EENet

Online
December 8, 2016

December 2016 Webinars from the Tamarack Institute

Online
December 2016

Can’t make the event? Don’t fret. By registering you will also receive a recording of the live session along with resources shared.

Neighbourhood-Based Strategies that Reduce Poverty: Baltimore’s Approach
Stacey B. Stephens & Jessica Pizarek
December 8, 2016, 1:00-2:00 p.m. EST

Toronto Food Policy Council Meeting

Toronto, Ontario
December 7, 2016

2:00-5:00 p.m.
City Hall, Committee Room 4

At this meeting we will continue with our focus on setting priorities for urban agriculture advocacy and identifying initiatives to work on. We will be hearing an update from the Toronto Urban Growers about their meeting in November and will continue to build on this conversation.

Stigma and Syndemics as drivers of recent syphilis infection among gay and bisexual men, CPHA

Online
December 7, 2016

1:00 to 2:00 p.m. EST

Drawing on findings from the Sex Now survey, Dr. Olivier Ferlatte will discuss the various syndemic factors that are contributing to increased risk of syphilis infection among gay and bisexual men.

During this interactive webinar, participants can expect to discuss the implications of syndemics on service delivery and public health efforts to reverse the syphilis epidemic among gay and bisexual men.

Register at http://cphawebinars.adobeconnect.com/e9bqryygbpb/event/registration.html.

Hidden Labour: This is What Local Looks Like and the 'Gathering' Journal Launch, Toronto Youth Food Policy Council

Toronto, Ontario
December 5, 2016

6:00-8:00 p.m.
Worker's Action Centre, 720 Spadina Avenue, 2nd floor, Room 223
Wheelchair accessible via elevator and washrooms on same floor as event.

Book Launch--The Colonial Problem: An Indigenous Perspective on Crime and Injustice in Canada

Ottawa, Ontario
December 5, 2016

6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, 157 Séraphin-Marion Private, University of Ottawa

This event is a book launch and panel discussion for Dr. Lisa Monchalin's new book, The Colonial Problem: An Indigenous Perspective on Crime and Injustice in Canada. Dr. Lisa Monchalin is a University of Ottawa alumna and a leading scholar in Indigenous issues. She graduated with her Doctorate in Criminology in 2012, making her the first Indigenous woman in Canada to earn her Ph.D. in Criminology.

4th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Institute, Unite For Sight

New Haven, Connecticut
December 2, 2016

Shubert Theater

Presented annually by Unite For Sight, the Social Entrepreneurship Institute provides mentoring, guidance, and successful strategies for participants to apply to their work in global health, social entrepreneurship, and international development. In addition to unique interactive sessions by leaders in global health and social entrepreneurship, the Institute also includes a lunch networking reception with the speakers.

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