Exploring Social Locations: Women's Health And Policy in Canada

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Course offering at Simon Fraser University

"Exploring Social Locations" is a new, innovative, and interactive approach to learning about gender, women's health, and health policy in Canada. The course will explore analytical and constructive aspects of theory, practice, and policy from critical, feminist, and anti-racist perspectives. Each section of the course will be facilitated by leading provincial, national, and international scholars, activists, community-based researchers and policy makers.

"Exploring Social Locations" is open to community-based and academic health researchers, activists, students, and policy analysts across the province of British Columbia.   The course will be offered to members of the community through Continuing Studies at SFU or by permission of the instructor. It will also be accessible via video-conference to selected locations in the province.

For more information, contact Rodney Hunt: rhunt@sfu.ca

This course is co-sponsored by the Institute for Critical Studies in Gender and Health (SFU) and the Women's Health Research Network www.whrn.ca.