Application Deadline: Dec 4, 2014. Nova Scotia. The ideal candidate will be a community leader who is committed to meeting the evolving needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth. The incumbent will be a person who has a strong track record of success in fundraising and program delivery, combined with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will oversee the delivery of the mission including the planning and implementation of fundraising campaigns, and ensure the highest quality in program administration and delivery. The building of strong relationships in the community and liaising with outside supporters and stakeholders are key responsibilities. Managing day-to-day activities of the organization such as finance, human resources and operations fall within the scope of responsibilities.
Application Deadline: Dec 12, 2014. Location: Ottawa. Reporting to: Director, CSIH. The Project Coordinator will coordinate activities and provide administrative support to CSIH projects and programs; project development; and other CSIH activities as required. Level of Effort: Full time. Please email a CV and cover letter to CSIH at email@example.com before 5pm on December 12th.
Jan 21, 2015 @ 5-6:30 pm. Tupper Theatre B. This session on Advocacy will be Co-facilitated by Dr. Andre Bernard, Department of Anesthesia, CMA Representative to the World Medical Association and Dr. Jeff Blackmer, University of Ottawa , Executive Director of the Office of Ethics, Professionalism and International Affairs at the Canadian Medical Association. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
**NB. This event is being rescheduled for 2015 Date and Location: TBD Hosted by the Global Health Office, this session will explore how we can take lessons from Fortune 500 companies to enhance diversity and inclusion within the Faculty of Medicine. Please send any issues or questions that you would like to see discussed related to Diversity in Medicine to email@example.com.
Submissions Due: March 2, 2015. Remember that Global Health is all around us! Children in school, a community clean up, a healthy meal shared with family and friends. You experience global health everyday! Maybe you'd like to capture an image or 2 and submit it to our photo contest! There's still lots of time and opportunities to get that image that tells the story you want.
Submission Deadline: March 2, 2015. Making a difference in global health. We are now accepting nominations for the 2015 Global Health Awards at Dalhousie. There are three global health awards recognizing student, resident and faculty achievement and leadership in global health. The Dr. Ronald Stewart Student Award, The Dr. TJ Jock Murray Resident Award and the Dr. John Savage Memorial Faculty Award. Nominate someone today!
Nov 18, 2014 @ 7pm. Weldon Law Building (6061 University Ave), in Room 105. The Dalhousie Feminist Legal Association (DFLA) would like to invite you to the first instalment of the DFLA Feminist Legal Supplement Speaker Series! The goal of this series is provide a space within which students and community members can learn about and engage critically with topics that are highly relevant in today's social justice landscape. We will be screening the film VESSEL and following it with an amazing panel discussion featuring Faculty of Law professors Joanna Erdman and Aldo Chircop.
Nov 20, 2014. 2:30 - 4 pm. The Board Room Cafe, 1256 Barrington St. Halifax, NS.As we celebrate National Restorative Justice Week, Community Justice Society would like to invite you to a PANEL DISCUSSION AND RECEPTION Our discussion will focus on how a Restorative Justice Conference impacts persons causing harm, persons harmed, and the community.
Nomination Deadline: Dec 1, 2014. The Velji Family Foundation annually celebrates global health education, research and service by honoring individuals and projects that demonstrate committed, creative approaches to serving underserved populations.
Application Deadline: Dec 1, 2014. Dalhousie University’s Department of Community Health and Epidemiology invites applications for the PhD Program in Epidemiology and Applied Health Research for the first cohort, starting September 2015. Graduates of the program will become independent investigators who will generate evidence through rigorous multidisciplinary epidemiologic and applied health research that contributes to improved health locally, nationally, and globally.