Re-Thinking the Ebola Crisis (Nelson/Castlegar)
Join the BC Council for International Cooperation and the West Kootenay Global Awareness Network as we come together to explore and re-think ongoing challenges of the West Africa Ebola crisis within a global citizenship perspective.
Questions addressed will include a brief overview of what’s happened so far, what’s worked and what hasn’t, and finally, in a world where we are striving to share the challenges of our global realities, how can we begin thinking in terms of ‘we’ rather than ‘us’ vs. ‘them’, and what would that look like in the context of the current Ebola crisis?
PATRICE GORDON, NP.
A Red Cross volunteers, Patrice has recently returned from Sierra Leone where she was providing medical care to Ebola victims.
DR. SHELINA MUSAJI, MD.
Dr. Shelina Musaji, MSF alumni, has completed nine overseas placements with Medcins Sans Frontieres all over the world; she works and resides in Nelson, BC.
For more inforamtion, please contact Kareen Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date of event:||2015-01-22|
|Time of event:||7 - 8:30 PM|
|Event Location:||The Mir Centre for Peace, Selkirk College | 301 Frank Beinder Way
Castlegar, British Columbia
|Organization:||BC Council for International Cooperation|
|Type of organization:||Non-Governmental Organization|
|Contact person:||Kareen Wong - Communications Officer|
|Address of Organization:||370-425 Carrall Street
Vancouver, British Columbia