Thurs. Nov. 15, 2018.Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB), Room 170. 5793 University Avenue. Co-hosted by Dalhousie Libraries, Dalhousie's School of Information Management, and Library and Archives Canada, the event will focus on the work and challenges of documenting and improving access to Indigenous knowledge. The day features a keynote address by Elder Albert Marshall and Dr. Cheryl Bartlett, presentations from the Mi'kmawey Debert Cultural Centre and the Beaton Institute, and much more!
Donations Accepted until Nov. 22, 2018 @ 12 PM. To the Global Health Office, 5849 University Ave. C241. The cold weather is here and not all people are equipped to have the necessities at hand. The Global Health Office will be accepting donations of socks and non-perishable food items in support of Direction 180s Soup & Sock Drive.
Thurs. Nov. 15, 2018 @ 6:30-8:30 PM. Paul O'Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library Spring Garden Rd. The Star Halifax is publishing a week-long series from November 12-16 on life for Indigenous people in Halifax, and will highlight some of the positive stories happening in the communities they call home. Guest editor for the series, Rebecca Thomas, a former Halifax Poet Laureate, will be part of this panel discussion about life for Indigenous people in our city.
Tue. Nov. 27, 2018 @ 1:00-2:15 PM EST. Webinar. Registration Required. In this webinar, Dr. Sasakamoose will present the Indigenous Cultural Responsiveness Theory (ICRT) as a decolonized pathway designed to guide research that continuously improves the health, education, governance, and policies of Indigenous Peoples.
January 16-19, 2019. Toronto, Canada. This 4-day course offers a broad overview of global health with specific relevance to primary care. It is offered as an early exploration of the field of global health.
Nov. 10 & 11, 2018. Museum of Natural History (Summer St. Halifax). Please make plans to attend the upcoming performance(s) of the play,"what to expect when you aren't expected: birth stories of queer women." Three performances will take place over the week-end of November 10th (2 evening /1 matinee) at the Museum of Natural History.
Deadling: Ongoing. As a part of the Johnson Scholarship Foundation (2016-2021) funding, Dalhousie’s Indigenous and African Nova Scotian students are encouraged to apply for two bursary programs. 1. Entrance Requirements bursary program & 2. Conference bursary program.
Nov. 13 & 14, 2018. Halifax Forum. The Indigenous Health program and Promoting Leadership in Health for African Nova Scotians program will be participating in the 8th Annual Passport 2 You-th Success XPO.