|Please join us Wednesday, November 19, 2014|
|“Travel Bans, Quarantines & Hysteria: Ebola from a Human Rights Perspective”|
Come and be apart of a panel discussion on problematic issues facing regions in Africa affected by the recent Ebola crisis. Andrew Budziak, Emergency Program Officer with Global Medic, Osgoode’s Professor Okafor, and York University’s Professor Deborah Neill will shed light on the problems facing the health care systems in these regions, in addition to the wider, controversial issue of pharmaceutical companies administering experimental drugs on Africans. The aim of the panel is not only to better inform attendees about these issues, but what role the Canadian legal system and Canadian lawyers can play in addressing them. Questions are encouraged and welcome!
|Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 Location: Room 1001, Osgoode Hall Law School Time: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.|
|We look forward to seeing you there!|