Webinar 8 Roots of Northern Indigenous People's Health: Connecting Autonomy, Self-Governance & Power

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In this webinar Dr. Nancy Doubleday, Professor in the Department of Philosophy at McMaster University and Director of Water Without Borders, helps the audience examine the historical and political roots of Indigenous People's health in the Circumpolar North and how intertwined they are with the principles of autonomy, self-governance, and power.

The Arctic – A Global Health Perspective Speaker Series 2021
Despite documented health disparities between the circumpolar north and other regions, the Arctic remains an underrepresented area in global health research. This series offers a transdisciplinary look at key global health challenges and opportunities in the High North.

The Global Health Office at McMaster University is proud to present this 10-part webinar series, The Arctic – A Global Health Perspective, featuring academics and specialists that will cover topics including Arctic governance, climate change, Covid-19, food security, migration, Indigenous rights and more.

Webinars take place weekly from February - April 2021 and registration is free. Register for upcoming webinars here: https://globalhealth.mcmaster.ca/arct...​

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