Women’s Health Series on Thursdays, SJT, and Landesa Women’s Rights Event

Attend Women’s Global Health Seminar Series on Thursdays

girls_educationThe UW is excited to announce the launch of the Legal and Policy Solutions to Improve the Global Health of Women, Children, and Adolescents seminar series. The series is a forum featuring health, community, and law leaders. (Image: Fotopedia.)

Each weekly session will involve a short presentation (10 minutes) to define the topic, followed by panel comments (5 minutes) from speakers representing the perspectives of health, law, government/policy, and community. Sessions will end with 30 minutes of facilitated discussion with the audience. Each session will be followed by an informal reception to encourage networking between graduate students, faculty, panelists, and community members.

Learn more about the series here. The next session is January 17: Education of Girls as a Path to Global Health

Featuring:

    • Anne Firth Murray, MPA.
    • Consulting Professor, Stanford University. Founding President, The Global Fund for Women
    • Maureen Kelley, PhD. Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital
    • Bob Dickerson, JD. Attorney, Seattle Group Leader, RESULTS
    • Amy Wang, UW School of Law International Human Rights Project

SJT—Tuesday, January 15: The ROOTS Project: Good News from Africa 

ROOTSCome hear Frank and Pam McKulka present on their ROOTS Project, an organization that empowers women and preserves traditional arts and crafts in South Sudan. (Image: ROOTS.)

12:30–1:20, Room 133. If you would like lunch please RSVP via Symplicity or gatespsl@u.washington.edu by 12:00 pm Monday, January 14. No RSVP for lunch accepted after 12:00 pm.

Join the Gates Public Service Law Program for Two Exciting Events: The Criminal Law Connections Breakfast & Michelle Alexander’s Talk

The Criminal Law Connection’s Breakfast will be held on January 16 from 7:30–8:30 AM in Room 115. Join our panel of prosecutors and public defenders for a discussion about working in the field of criminal justice. This is a great opportunity to learn about what it’s like to practice criminal law. Learn more here.

Also, meet New York Times bestselling author, Michelle Alexander, on January 18 for her book talk on The New Jim Crow. The book talk will begin at 10 AM in Room 115. Learn more here.

Landesa Women’s Rights Event: January 23, 2013

Landesa