Women: Health, Peace, and the Environment discusses the impact of environmental devastation on women and children, from both a local and global perspective. This talk took place on March 8, 2011 at the University of Toronto’s International Student Centre, 33 St. George St.
Dorothy Goldin Rosenberg is an educator and film consultant, who teaches Environmental Health, Transformative Higher Education and Policy Change: Education for Social and Ecosystem Healing at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
We were also fortunate to have Yuka Fukuda, an international student share issues related to women, health, and the environment from her home country of Japan.
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- Historical Thinking Concepts & Critical Thinking Challenges
- Concepts de la pensée historique et défis de pensée critique