Health, Human Rights and Co-production - Lecture with Edgar S Cahn
22 August, 6 - 8.30pm, Glasgow
Edgar S. Cahn, PhD, JD is a distinguished legal professor, former counsel and speech writer to Robert F Kennedy and the creator of Time Banking, a way of giving and receiving to build supportive networks and strong communities. As Cofounder and Coleader, of the Racial Justice Initiative, Edgar brings a lifetime of experience in social justice work with low-income communities, juvenile justice, Native American rights, and legal services.
A founder of poverty law and a pioneer in creating clinical legal education, Edgar will focus his talk on enlisting communities as partners and co-producers of systems change with specific reference to challenging racial discrimination or other violations of the US Constitution or federal law.
A Q and A will follow the lecture and delgates will have the opportunity to ask questions. This lecture will be held in central Glasgow.
This is a partnership event with People Powered Health and Wellbeing, the Health and Social Care Academy, Strathclyde University's International Public Policy Institute and the Scottish Co-production Network.
You can book places here.