back to home  
   
 
 
Home Blog Profiles Press Contact Archive Photogallery Students
 
 
 
 
POLITICS CULTURE WOMEN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ENVIRONMENT EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION ECONOMICS LAW & SOCIETY JOURNALISM
             
 
PARTICIPANT BIOS view all
Martina Adamoli
Opera San Francisco, Milano Read More ...
Richard Adanu
Dean, University of Ghana School of Public Health Read More ...
 
 
 
Program
BACK
 

Monday, March 26

9:30am Opening Remarks by Dean Cheryl Healton, DrPH
Introduction of meeting objectives, participants and expected outcomes - Migrant Health & Human Rights Agenda 

9:45am Panel 1: Organizing Global Efforts for the Migration Crisis
Led by Dean Cheryl Healton, DrPH (NYU GPH)
Panelists: Dr. Peter Navario (HealthRight), Dr. Laurent Huber (Action on Smoking Health)
• Creation of an annual meeting and potentially a Society for Health and Human Rights
• NYU’s Commitment to Health and Human Rights (University-wide)

11:00am Break

11:15am Panel 2: Migration Policies and Health in the EU Needing Immediate Attention
Led by: Dr. Joyce Apsel, JD (NYU)
Panelists: Dr. Vanda Thorne (NYU Prague), Dr. Salim Murad (NYU Prague)
• General legal policies focused on health
• comparative country policies/future policies
• looking backward since 2011
• Role of International Agencies and NGO’s 

12:30pm Lunch

1:45pm Panel 3: Advancing Health Research in Migration Populations: Communicable to Non-communicable Diseases
Led by Dr. Bernadette Boden-Albala (NYU GPH)
Panelists: Dean, Professor Richard Adanu (University of Ghana), Dr. Ugo Fedeli (Epidemiological Regional System of Veneto, 
• Health demographic and research in EU migrant populations
• Transitioning from acute to chronic health problems (aging , NCD’s mental health)
• Professor, Dean Richard Adanu - reproductive health and rights: the African migrant experience 

3:30pm Coffee Break 

3:45pm Panel 4: Creating Innovative Solutions - From Research to Practice
Led by Dr. Chris Dickey (NYU GPH)
Panelists: Sara Fadelli (OSF), Martina Adamoli (OSF), Dr. Arif Husain (WFP), Dr. Sarah Cook (UNICEF)

• Allocation of scarce resources for Migrant Healt
• Innovative solutions

4:30pm Graduate Student Research on Migrant Populations (Dr. Chris Dickey)
• GPH MPH Students: Rory Curtin, Diana Klatt, Wangui Mwaniki
• Doctoral-level Presentations:Gabriella Meltzer (NYU College of Global Public Health), Ariadna Capasso (NYU College of Global Public Health), Sara Albala (London School of Economics/LSHTM), Iris Luthman (Uppsala University)

5:15pm Wrap-up Day 1: Dean Cheryl Healton, DrPH (NYU GPH)

Tuesday, March 27

9:30am Panel 1: Grassroots Community Efforts and the Migration Experience
Led by Dr. Nathan Bertelsen (NYU GPH, SOM: Koç University)

Panelists: Shannon Kay (Small Projects Istanbul), Dr. Ioanna Kotsioni (MSF Athens), Dr. Sara Albiani (OxFam)
• Cultural humility
• Unique migration experiences
• Special attention paid to mental health crisis
• African experience versus Middle Eastern experience 

10:45am Break 

11:00am Panel 2: Current Health & Human Rights Challenges in Migration and Opportunities for Collaboration
Led by HealthRight: Dr. Peter Navario, Dr. Joanna Pozen and Dr. Sally Guttmacher
Panelists: Dr. Joanna Pozen, Dr. Gahlia Brogneri (Adonis Musati Project), Dr. Peter Navario
• Overview of human rights frameworks and challenges in applying the right to health in the migration context (Joanna Pozen, JD)
• Lessons from cross-border migration into South Africa (Gahlia Brogneri)
• HealthRight’s current work with migrant populations (Dr. Peter Navario)
• Advancing GPH/HealthRight collaboration in health and human rights 

12:15pm Dean Cheryl Healton, DrPH: Discussion on steps moving forward and goals

Final thoughts 

12:30pm Lunch

 
  italian version share print
 
 
 
 
BLOG
twitter linkedin facebook facebook
 
 

 
                         
   

© 2012 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

LINKS
NYU Florence
NYU Global
NYU Wagner

 

 

LOCATION

Villa La Pietra
Via Bolognese, 120
50139 Florence - Italy

 

 

CONTACTS

Phone +39 055 5007 557
Fax +39 055 5007 576
lapietra.dialogues@nyu.edu

 

 

 

  NEW YORK UNIVERSITY