29 October 2019 from 19:00 to 21:30

Public Dialogue of The New Utrecht School

Human Being in a Humanitarian World: Global Health, human rights and humanities

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On the 29nd of October The New Utrecht School, in collaboration with University College Utrecht, Julius Global Health and Health Management Support Team, organizes a public lecture with the title Human Being in a Humanitarian World: Global Health, human rights and humanities. 

To answer questions on how we should continue with global health in the future, we take a look at the person behind the humanitarian work. What does it mean to be a health professional and a human being in the humanitarian world of global health and international aid?

This night will feature a performance by Sofie Livebrant, a Swedish singer and folk musician who plays poems of Emily Dickinson set to her music! Join our internationally renowned speakers in the debate on global health and its challenges. 

Speakers 

Rico Gustav is the Executive Director of the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+)

Kashi Carasso is a pharmacist and therapist, member of Unitaid Proposal Review Committee, lecturer at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine & Royal Tropical Medicine (KIT, NL)

Yves Berthelot is a member of the Executive Council of the World Organisation Against Torture, former Under Secretary of the United Nations and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon is the founder of Krousar Thmey Cambodia.

Start date and time
29 October 2019 19:00
End date and time
29 October 2019 21:30
Entrance fee
Free entrance