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Health and Human Rights in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Gita Sen

The Centre for Critical Development Studies (UTSC) is pleased to announce this inaugural Albert Berry Lecture, to be delivered by Dr. Gita Sen on:

Wednesday, October 23, 7:00 – 8:30pm 

Room Instructional Centre Rm 130

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University of Toronto Scarborough

Reception to follow in the Instructional Centre Atrium

About Gita Sen

Gita Sen is Professor of Public Policy at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore (IIMB) and an Adjunct Professor of Global Health and Population at the Harvard School of Public Health.  She is renowned for her scholarship, advocacy and activism for gender equity and health.  Among her numerous positions, she has served as the co-coordinator of the Women and Gender Knowledge Network for the World Health Organization’s Commission of the Social Determinants of Health and as a member of the Millennium Project’s Taskforce on Gender Equality.

About Albert Berry

Albert Berry is Professor Emeritus of Economics and International Development Studies at the University of Toronto.   He is a renowned development economist who has conducted pathbreaking research on a number of topics, including inequality in Latin America, agrarian development, small enterprises in the development process, and the resource curse.  He was one of the founders of International Development Studies program at UTSC some three decades ago and has been a tireless advocate for – and contributor to – the program ever since.

For additional information, contact Ryan Isakson at risakson@utsc.utoronto.ca.

Or visit http://ccds.utsc.utoronto.ca

 




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