SystemS: a poem
SystemS: a poem
Fly with Origami, Learn to Dream (FOLD) is embarking on a public health initiative to promote awareness of cancer and origami paper folding by breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest display of origami flowers.
Despite President Obama’s claims of shutting Guantanamo Bay down, the military detention camp remains standing. The institution is often criticized for its human rights violations and severe health problems.
On September 23rd, the United Nations kick started the long anticipated Climate Change Summit in New York City. This year’s UN Climate Change Summit not only faces political obstacles but also major moral conundrums.
As the 2015 target deadline for the MDGs quickly approaches, there is a focus on accelerating international progress in the reduction of both maternal mortality and the under-five mortality rate by two thirds between 1990 and 2015.
CANADIAN AIDS SOCIETY
The number of older Canadians living with HIV has spiked over the past decade and a half.
Recent strides of the trans*-rights movement have led to positive shifts in the tides governing the ability of trans* people to acquire necessary healthcare. Despite these changes, trans* people face still discrimination in both healthcare and coverage.
The Lady Macbeth Effect
Try to stay sober
Why are young people so interested in global health?
Dr. Paul Farmer, celebrated Global Health specialist and Co-Founder of Partners In Health delivers a talk on “Social Justice and the Movement for Global Health Equity”.
SickKids Centre for Global Child Health is recruiting for a Clinical Research Project Assistant (4 month FTC)
Interested in Global Health? University of Toronto International Health Program (UTIHP) is currently recruiting executives
Recruitment now closed