Global Health in the Urban Century - Panel 2





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The Challenge of Slums: Global Health in the Urban Century - Panel 2

Over 1 billion people are living in slums worldwide, and more people are moving in each day, reaching 2 billion by 2030. Urban and slum health is a critical research need and opportunity in the coming decade, concerning those in public health but also everyone interested in economic development and social justice. Please join us to explore this complex issue from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Keynote speaker: Malawian demographer Eliya Msiyaphazi Zulu, founder and director of AFIDEP, the new African Institute for Development Policy in Nairobi, Kenya

Special guest moderator: Sally Stansfield, Executive Secretary of the World Health Organizations Health Metrics Network

Special guest: Dhaval S. Patel, Vice President & Health Systems Director, Marie Stopes International

Featuring UC Berkeley faculty Eva Harris, Lee Riley, Jason Corburn, Kara Nelson, and Malcolm Potts

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