16. Dezember 2022
Public panel discussion as part of the workshop „De/coloniality, (Post)migrancy, and Racialization: Conceptualizing a Future of Global Health” at the Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus in Berlin
In this public panel discussion, panelists will shed light on the effects of colonialism as well as racism and migration for current and future global health practices. They will also explore how a closer collaboration between medicine, the social sciences, and communities may help to improve global health interventions and research.
TINASHE GORONGA (Centre for Health Equity Zimbabwe – CHE; EqualHealth Global Campaign Against Racism – Equalhealth CAR)
SETH HOLMES (UC Berkeley)
MIREILLE NGOSSO (Hietzing hospital: Federal State Parliament, Vienna)
DENISZ PETROVITY (Amaro Drom e.V., Berlin)
Moderation: Hansjörg Dilger (Freie Universität Berlin), Ulrike Kluge (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin)
Date: December 16, 2022, 6–8 pm and get together afterwards
Venue: Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus, Robert-Koch-Platz 7, 10115 Berlin
The event is part of the workshop „De/coloniality, (Post)migrancy, and Racialization: Conceptualizing a Future of Global Health”, organized by Hansjörg Dilger (FU Berlin), Seth Holmes (University of California, Berkeley), Ulrike Kluge (Charité & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) and Regina Römhild (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin).
The workshop will also include a public conversation with Kader Attia on „DECOLONIAL APPROACHES TO HEALTH, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL REPAIR” (SAVVY Contemporary, December 17 at 5:00 pm). More information on the event can be found here: https://savvy-contemporary.com/en/events/2022/repair/
Zeit & Ort
16.12.2022 | 18:00