The Student Committee on Ethics and Honor and the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association present “World Health Ethics,” an evening of film and discussion addressing these questions: What are some ethical concerns regarding globalization and its impact on health around the world? What should be done to address these ethical concerns?
FYI -- info forwarded from Shannon Raj, Student Committee on Ethics and Honor:
Please join us this Thursday for an evening of viewing and discussing various movie clips regarding world health problems and disparities in the relaxing environment of Kerckhoff Coffee House. Clips from the following films will be featured: Where There Is No Water, Pandemic, Black Gold, and Health, War, and Human Rights in Nicaragua.
[Black Gold is a film about the coffee industry in Ethiopia and deals with issues of fair trade, co-ops, and Starbucks and other major players in the coffee trade.]
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Cost: Free and open to the public; parking is available for $8.
Kerckhoff is located next to the Ackerman Student Union Bldg.
Shannon Raj firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor(s): The Student Committee on Ethics and Honor and The Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association. Information about non-ASC events is posted for informational purposes and does not necessarily reflect opinions of or endorsements by African Studies personnel.
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