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Open events

Below is a list of global health related open events hosted or recommended by the School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen.

  • 30 May 2017, 14:00-15:30

    Miss Mexico’s Dress and the Backlash against

    When the design for Miss Mexico’s pageant dress was unveiled in 2007, it sparked an improbable national dispute over reproductive rights centering on the state of Jalisco. This talk presents a case study in the social life of human rights and traces the symbolism of the dress to the battle over resurgent clericalism and secularism. » Read more

  • 31 May 2017, 13:00-14:30

    Research Seminar: “Desecuritization’s Displacement of Arctic Geopolitical Controversies: distribution of sovereignty in the Artic Ocean"

    We will read and discuss the paper: “Desecuritization’s Displacement of Arctic Geopolitical Controversies: distribution of sovereignty in the Artic Ocean" with PhD student Marc Jacobsen and Associate Professor Jeppe Strandsbjerg. » Read more

  • 5 June 2017, 14:30-16:00

    Webinar: Climate Change Laws of the World – global trends in legislation and litigation

    The webinar marks the launch of ‘Climate Change Laws of the World’ (formerly ‘the Global Climate Legislation Study). This is the most comprehensive climate change legislation and litigation online knowledge resource, designed for legislators, policymakers, scholars and law professionals. » Read more

  • 6 June 2017,

    Immigration, Health and Well-Being

    Second Workshop on Immigration, Health and Well-Being. The workshop’s focus is broad, covering empirical economic research on these topics. » Read more

  • 7 June - 9 June 2017

    9th Annual Conference on Health & Humanitarian Logistics

    The HHL Conference brings together speakers and attendees from non-government organizations (NGOs), industry, government, military, and academia in a forum to identify common challenges, share innovative research, and prioritize strategies, policies, and investment. The agenda features plenary panel discussions, oral presentations, interactive workshops, poster sessions, a technology exhibit and ample opportunities for networking » Read more

  • 7 June 2017, 15:00-18:00

    Africa Day Seminar

    Amanda Hammar Director and MSO Professor at CAS will start off the seminar. Accordingly five speakers will talk about their different expertises on African contexts covering a wide range of topics such as migration, climate change, state building, education, music and dance. » Read more

  • 8 June 2017, 09:00-18:00

    Seminar: Migration and Health

    In the last decades, European countries have experienced an increase in immigration, making migration more common than ever before and societies more diverse. Therefore, migration has become extremely important in the international agenda given its public health implications and the multiple challenges that countries face in dealing with and adapting to this reality. » Read more

  • 26 June - 28 June 2017

    Asia in Circulations - 9th Annual ADI Conference

    The 2017 annual ADI conference addresses the question of ‘the Asian century’ that is yet to be fully examined. » Read more

  • 17 July - 18 August 2017

    Nutrition in Global Health

    Summer school. Gain an in-depth understanding of global trends, challenges, burdens and determinants related to nutrition and health. » Read more

  • 22 August - 25 August 2017

    Conference on Occupational Health and Safety in Formal and Informal Mining

    It is with great pleasure that we announce that the city of Odense in Denmark, birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, will be the venue of the International Scientific Conference and Workshop on Occupational Health and Safety in Formal and Informal Mining, to be held from 22 to 25 August 2017 » Read more

  • 2 November - 4 November 2017

    10th European Public Health Conference

    Main theme of the conference is ‘Sustaining resilient and healthy communities’. More information  » Read more