Explore what’s happening at UBC
Vancouver is hosting Women Deliver 2019 — the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights and wellbeing of women and girls. To mark the occasion, people across UBC are organizing events and initiatives that advance the conversation in the lead up to June 2019. Students, staff, faculty, alumni, partners — everyone has a role to play to make the world a better place for women and girls.
May – June, 2019
ASTU 401C: Global Women’s Health and Human Rights – Campus-based Course (Summer Term 1)
Henry Angus Building, Room 293
This course, Global Women’s Health and Human Rights, will focus on critical issues related to global women’s health and her/their ability to exercise human rights. Using an inter-sectional approach, this course will examine a number of factors that women face in their pursuit of achieving and maintaining health, including, but not limited to economic, social and political factors. Find out more at https://orice.ubc.ca/astu-401c-global-womens-health-and-human-rights/
- Now-Mar 3: Marking the Infinite: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia
- Mar 31: Hunting Girls: Sexual Violence from The Hunger Games to Campus Rape
- Apr 4: "Octavio is Dead! Canadian Film is Alive" Sook-Yin Lee Talk
- Apr 17: Women Deliver 2019 @ UBC Meet-up
- May-June: ASTU 401C: Global Women’s Health and Human Rights- Campus Based Course (Summer Term 1)
Join the mobilization. Everyone is invited.
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Are you organizing an event, discussion or activation related to gender equality or the health, rights and wellbeing of women and girls?
Apply for funding to support faculty, staff or student-led activities that engage the UBC community or the general public.
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Celebrate Women Deliver Champions
Learn more about the work of fellow students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners who are actively advancing dialogue and action about gender equity on local and global scales.