Urbanisation, Inequality and HIV - Western Cape, Cape Town
16h30, Wednesday, 13 March 2013
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Where: School of Public Health, UWC, Cape Town, Western Cape
Symposium-Panel Discussion Public panel presentation on Inequality in Cape Town. Catch four public intellectuals talking about "Persistent patterns of the Past: Health, social and economic inequalities in Cape Town" next Wednesday, 13 March from 16h30 @ 18h00 at the School of Public Health, UWC.
"The rector, Prof Brian O'Connell will be joined by Prof Willam Pick (of the universities of Cape Town, Stellenbosh and Wits) and Josette Cole (from the Development Action Group) to interrogate the history of urbanisation and inequality in Cape Town, reflect on the roles disease and health have played in this, and engage in the current challenges faced in providing decent spaces and conditions for all. It will be chaired by Prof Francis Wilson of SALDRU, UCT - who is heading up the Carnegie3 process which is looking into poverty and inequality in South Africa. This public event is part of the three-day symposium on Urbanisation, Inequality and HIV hosted by the Centre for Research in HIV and AIDS, at the School of Public Health. Please join us - and for refreshments afterwards - and let us know you are coming by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 8 March. For more information please contact Tamlin Petersen at 021-959 3545