This Friday’s Research Seminar (29) opens space for the debates of the “I North-Northeast Seminar on Black Population Health: An Interdisciplinary and Intersectional Approach”. Two tables will be held with the themes “Decolonizing Public Health: New Approaches, Aesthetics and Territorialities”, starting at 8:30 am, and “Traditional People’s Health”, at 10:30 am, in the auditorium of the Institute of Collective Health (ISC / UFBA).

The event is an initiative of the Integrated Community, Family and Health (FA-SA) and Population Health Epidemiology and Impact Assessment Programs of the Institute of Collective Health (ISC / UFBA), in partnership with Procad-AM, in which they participate. UFBA, UFPA and Uefs, in addition to the support of the Racism and Health working group of the Brazilian Association of Collective Health (Abrasco).

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Table 3: Decolonizing Public Health: New Approaches, Aesthetics and Territorialities

Speakers:

Professor Fran Demétrio – UFRB

Professor Jeane Saskya Campos Tavares – UFRB

Naira Gomes – March of Curly Empowerment

Coordination:

Professor Leny Trad (ISC / UFBA)

 

10: 30-12: 00

Table 4: Health of Traditional Peoples

Speakers:

Prof. Roberto dos Santos Lacerda – UFS

Professor Denize by Almeida Ribeiro – UFRB

Professor Climene Laura de Camargo – UFBA

Professor Maria do Socorro Bastos – UFPA

Coordination: Prof. Diana Annunciation (UFRB)

 

Date:  November 29, 2019
Place:  Professor Guilherme Rodrigues da Silva Auditorium
Address: Rua Basilio da Gama, s / n – Canela, Salvador – BA

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Questions and comments can be sent to:  seminarioisc@ufba.br

For more information about the I North-Northeast Seminar on Black Population Health, visit the event website:  https://seminariosaudedapopulacaonegra.webnode.com/