Ursula M. Franklin - 2012 DR. ZOFIA PAKULA Inaugural Lecture

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The Global Health Division, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
in collaboration with the Master of Global Affairs Program, Munk School of Global Affairs and Doctors Without Borders Canada and Science for Peace

invite to you attend

The 2012 Dr. ZOFIA PAKULA Inaugural Lecture

to be given by

URSULA M. FRANKLIN, University Professor Emerita, Senior Fellow, Massey College

Ask: How are you? NOT Who are you? REFLECTIONS ON PUBLIC HEALTH AND PEACE

Opening remarks by
Catharine Whiteside, Dean, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine,
Vice Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions

Monday, November 26th, 2012
Reception at 5PM with program at 5:30PM
6TH Floor Auditorium, 155 College Street (just w. of University, s. side of College)

RSVP to j.kopelow@utoronto.ca

The 2012 Dr. Zofia Pakula Lecture is the first of an annual public lecture event, which will investigate intersecting themes related to Public Health, Peace, and Conflict Resolution; how global peace is crucial for global health.

This lecture has been made possible by a generous endowment by Dr. Pakula’s son, Andrew, in his effort to keep alive the legacy of his mother, Zofia Pakula, a courageous Holocaust survivor and a compassionate physician.