Human Rights in Complex Emergencies
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 12:10 PM EST
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Please join us Wednesday to hear from Dr. Richard Alderslade, Senior Adviser in Health Policy World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe. Dr. Alderslade is also an Adjunct Professor of Public and Health Administration at the Wagner School of Public Service at NYU and a lecturer in Global Health Governance at Mailman School of Public Health. Richard Alderslade has worked for thirty-five years in public health, national and local health administration, research and higher education in the United Kingdom, and for ten years in humanitarian and development international health. Internationally he has worked for eight years in humanitarian public health work with the World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe, including five years managing all the Office's humanitarian programs within the Region. He was then for 4 years Senior External Relations Officer at the World Health Organization's Office at the United Nations in New York. He participated in United Nations assessment missions to the former Yugoslavia and Chechnya; acted as Special Representative of WHO to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Acted as a Special Representative to the former Yugoslavia, based in Zagreb.
Join us for a discussion about Human Rights in Complex Emergencies with Dr. Richard Alderslade. Event co-sponsored by Rightslink and CSIL. A NON-PIZZA LUNCH WILL BE SERVED! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org