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External events: two ADI/NIAS lunch talks


  • NIAS, room 18.1.08, CSS, University of Copenhagen 5 Øster Farimagsgade København K, 1353 Denmark (map)

Using innovative technologies to improve personal and community health--China as a case-study for sharing medical knowledge and access between interactions between patients, healthcare professionals, and community-based organizations.

Asia brown bag talk by Lai Sze Tso, Postdoctoral Associate at the Global Health and Medical Humanities Initiative (GHMHI) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Stigma and discrimination against migrants and members of the LGBTQ community make it extremely hard for these disadvantaged populations to access healthcare, but innovations in social media and online technologies have reduced many of these barriers, thereby resulting in improved knowledge and linkage to treatment for people seeking care.

Time: 30 January, 12:30-13:30
Place: NIAS, CSS, room 18.1.08

Read more on ADI's website.


Death in the Philippines: corruption, drugs and contraception

Asia brown bag talk by Astrid Krabbe Trolle, PhD fellow, Dept. of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen and Steffen Jensen, Professor, Dept. of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, Senior researcher at DIGNITY.

Based on research projects on policing among the urban poor in Manila (Steffen) and the morality of reproduction in the Philippines and the Filipino diaspora (Astrid), we discuss how our different material can shed a common light on understandings of death, morality, and corruption in the Philippines.

Time: 8 February, 12:30-13:00
Place:
NIAS, CSS, room 18.1.08

Read more on ADI's website.

Later Event: January 31
China Seminar