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Organizing Change Toward Health Equity
This panel addresses a range of timely questions at the intersection of global health and the built environment across the world provoked by the simultaneous challenges of COVID-19, inequity, and climate change; for example:

--What role can organizations play in educating the public on the role of the built environment on public health?
--How have organizations pivoted over the last couple of years in response to COVID? What practices should be carried forward?
--What are the opportunities and stakes of thinking and working globally to confront the many precarities and vulnerabilities rendered visible by COVID?

This discussion will be moderated by Thomas Fisher, Director of the Minnesota Design Center and the Dayton Hudson Chair in Urban Design at the College of Design at the University of Minnesota.

Panelists include:
--Giselle Sebag, International Society for Urban Health
--Sharmin Kader, Environmental Design Research Association
--Sharon Roerty, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
--Alan Logan, Nova Institute for Health

Oct 7, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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