女性の権利と保健にとりくむインドのNGO, Samaが主催する4回シリーズのウェビナー第一回 Pandemics & Public Health: Learnings from the Past and Present (パンデミックと公衆衛生:過去と現在から学ぶ)が、本日2021年3月30日(火)19:30~21:30(日本時間)に開催されます。よろしければ、ぜひ!




Our learnings from the past pandemics and the recent global outbreaks in terms of global governance;
Were past experiences similar or different from the current COVID-19 context?
– How have pandemics shaped the economic, social, environmental, geopolitical, and technological aspects our lives?
Towards this, Sama Resource Group for Women & Health is initiating a series of conversations and the first is on “Pandemics & Public health: Learnings from the Past & Present” on 30th March 2021.

Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM* *IST | 10:30AM – 12:30PM GMT | 6.30AM – 8.30AM EDT*

The conversations will be with:

Dr. Prashant Kidambi is a historian based at the Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester. His book ‘The Making of an Indian Metropolis: Colonial Governance and Public Culture in Bombay, 1890-1920’, highlights the impact of the plague pandemic on colonial Bombay.

Dr. Carlo Caduff is the author of ‘The Pandemic Perhaps: Dramatic Events in a Public Culture of Danger’. He is a Reader in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s College, London. His research concerns include questions of global health & disease, science & technology, ethics & morality.

Facilitators :

Dr. Rama Baru is a Professor at the Centre for Social Medicine and Community Health at the Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Dr. Aditya Bharadwaj is a Professor of Anthropology & Sociology at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.

This first conversation is organized by:

Sama Resource Group for Women & Health (http://www.samawomenshealth.in/) with Gender, Justice & Health Thematic Group of People’s Health Movement (PHM) (https://phmovement.org/)

Please register in advance using the following link:



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  1. AHIのある日進市で毎年開催されている「ぐるぐるNISSHIN まちミル博覧会」は今年で6年目。
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  3. この写真、何かというとゴムです。きれいな青い色のカラーゴムです。幅は3センチ。