Work-in-Progress Series – Documenting Citizenship: Gendered Impacts of the National Registry of Citizens in India

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On Tuesday, May 4, the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University will host the next event in its Work-in-Progress Series. During this event, Roshni Chakraborty will present “Documenting Citizenship: Gendered Impacts of the National Registry of Citizens in India.” Professor Jacqueline Bhabha, the FXB Center's Director of Research, will provide introductory remarks. This event will take place as a Zoom webinar from 1 to 2 p.m.…

Department of Epidemiology Event: Cutter Lecture & Symposium

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Since 1912, the Cutter Lecture on Preventive Medicine has been one of the most respected institutionalized lectures in the fields of preventive medicine and Epidemiology. The Cutter lectures are administered by the Department of Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health under the terms of the bequest from John Clarence Cutter, MD a graduate of the Harvard Medical School. In his will Dr. Cutter specified that the…

The Chelsea Project: The Alchemy of Science, Policy and Community (WIP Series)

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Event Details On Tuesday, May 25, the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University will host the next event in its Work-in-Progress (WIP) Series. Please join us for a panel discussion on The Chelsea Project: The Alchemy of Science, Policy and Community. Dr. Margaret Sullivan, FXB Center research fellow, will provide introductory remarks. This event will take place as a Zoom webinar from 1 to 2 p.m.…

Medicare for All: A Conversation with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed

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Event Details Please join the FXB Center for a special event, "Medicare for All: A Conversation with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed." During this event, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed and FXB Center Director Dr. Mary T. Bassett will discuss the themes in Medicare for All: A Citizen's Guide, a new book authored by Dr. El-Sayed and Dr. Micah Johnson. FXB Center Executive Director Dr. Natalia Linos will moderate the discussion. This virtual event…

Royal Roads University Event: Climate Change as Structural Violence

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Event Details Globally, we are facing a multitude of intersecting and calamitous issues, including an erosion of trust in state and non-state institutions, global health catastrophes, international economic and political instability, and growing inequality. These are underpinned by the concerning state of our planet with the unabated climate crisis, which disproportionately affects children. This compels us to expand our thinking in new ways and look to alternative approaches to redress…

Change Can’t Wait: A Justice and Equity Agenda For Boston’s Black and Brown Communities

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Event Details The upcoming Boston Mayoral election promises to bring Boston into a new era of politics with the growing likelihood of electing the first non-white male Mayor in Boston’s history. However, with the litany of prevailing social issues impacting Black and Brown communities, will this election truly represent the change that so many have waited decades for? Join the Ash Center, Center for Public Leadership, FXB Center for Health…

Organized Crime in Mexico City: The Coming Battle

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On Wednesday, October 13, the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University will host the next event in its Work-in-Progress Series. During this event, FXB Center Visiting Scientist Sergio Aguayo will present “Organized Crime in Mexico City: The Coming Battle.” Professor Jacqueline Bhabha, FXB Center's director of research, will provide introductory remarks. This event will take place as a Zoom webinar from 1 to 2 p.m. To…