Fatima’s Story - A Picture of Health Within the Global System and What We Can Do to Improve It
Friday, April 1, 2011 at 2:00 PM - Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
the knowledge, acquire the skills and seize the opportunity to be a
part of a growing network of students committed to reducing global
health disparities at “Fatima’s Story - A Picture of Health Within the
Global System and What We Can Do to Improve It" - a free conference on
April 1 & 2 hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Chapter of
Americans for Informed Democracy (www.aidemocracy.org).
When: April 1st, 2:00pm (Dinner is provided)
Where: University of Pittsburgh Campus - William Pitt Union, 5th Floor, Room 548
How: Reserve your spot now and RSVP on Facebook and share it with your friends!
Here's a small taste of Fatima’s Story:
- “Its a Big World Out There”: The Global System and the US Role Within It
- “So This Is Now Home?”: Health Problems Facing Palestinian and Burmese Refugees
- “I Am a Muslim Woman”: The Intersection of Islam, Women and Human Rights
- “It’s Getting Crowded Out Here...”: Population Growth and the Need for Reproductive Health
Advocacy and Organizing for Social Change Workshop (choosing causes and
messages, building community, running a campaign, etc.) *You need the Advocacy and Organizing Workshop Ticket to attend, so be sure to get one before they're gone!*
- Student Group Presentations from STAND, Free the Planet and others
- And much more!
Space is limited so get your ticket now! And RSVP and share with your friends on Facebook.
Hope to see you there!
Cory from AIDemocracy Pitt and the rest of the AIDemocracy Team
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Americans for Informed Democracy
Americans for Informed Democracy is a national student organization that believes every young person in the United States should exercise their power to bring about a peaceful, healthy, just and sustainable world. We aim to do this by educating, cultivating and mobilizing a network of young people in the US to take informed action around our individual and collective roles as global citizens.