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2012 JABSOM Social Justice Symposium

lease fill out this registration form for the 2012 Social Justice Symposium & Workshop. Please contact us if you encounter any difficulties in completing the registration. 
 
Monday, April 2- Saturday, April 7, 2012
3 Main Events & 1 Leadership Development Workshop
John A. Burns School of Medicine

The Social Justice Symposium and Leadership Workshop
Want to start your own community based project or program but don't know where to begin? This is the workshop for you! We'll be teaching the basics of program start-up including how to conduct a needs assessment, what's important in a grant proposal, and how to do community networking. This event is open to all UH students. This should be an excellent opportunity to collaborate with students from different programs while getting quality advice from community experts on how to make the most of your program. Turn your ideas into meaningful action in your community! We are putting a cap on attendance: 40 participants as many as we can accommodate! RSVP today!
Schedules
  • Monday - April 2, 2012 (5pm): Community Development and Public Policy: Basic Health Hawaii and its Impacts in Hawaii
  • Tuesday - April 3, 2012 (5pm): Social Determinants of Health: "Unnatural Causes"-- a screening and discussion
  • Thursday - April 5, 2012 (5pm): Vulnerable Population Advocacy and Public Health: Sex-Trafficking-- a screening, Q&A, and discussion
  • Saturday - April 7, 2012 (9am-1pm): Social Justice Leadership Workshop
    • Needs Assessment with a focus community involvement: School of Public Health
    • Grant-writing/Project Proposal Composition: Hawaii Community Foundation
    • Problem Solving/Discussion: Discussion the lectures and on how to apply these ideals to implement their own community projects
    • Networking/Leadership Mixer: meet with people from the community that are already involved in various projects
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The 2012 symposium is over. Thank you very much for your participation.


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