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Human Ecology Week April 7-11, 2008

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 [email protected]

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