Join us for this 3-part series to explore intersections between environmental justice (EJ) and human-planetary health, learn best practices, discuss research challenges, and consider on-ramps for engaging with authentic EJ & health equity approaches through your research.
Event Highlights Include:
- MAY 5 - Keynote with Catherine Flowers, an internationally recognized advocate for the human right to water and sanitation will discuss her new book and consider the links between EJ practice, advocacy, & research for social impact.
- MAY 12 - Panel Discussion including Rachel Morello-Frosh (and many more!), an environmental health scientist and epidemiologist will discuss effective approaches for building respectful EJ and health research partnerships with frontline communities.
- MAY 19 - Conversation & Facilitated Break-out Sessions, Stanford EJ Working co-leads Sibyl Diver & Emily Polk will lead a discussion exploring best practice, research challenges, and on-ramps for scholars, practitioners, and students interested in engaging with authentic EJ research and practices.
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