Health and Human Rights Conference in South LA

The Crisis of Health and Human Rights in South L.A: Leveraging Lessons and Getting Results in South LA and Beyond

As the movement for health and human rights advances, its local, national, and international fronts have an unprecedented opportunity to share lessons and leverage resources towards a common purpose: marked and measurable improvements in the health and well-being of children, adolescents and families. In south Los Angeles and beyond, the challenge for health and human rights advocates is not about whether we work together to seize this opportunity to achieve results, but about how.

On June 5th, 2009, South Los Angeles-based residents, service providers, and advocates will join with colleagues from across the world to discuss how a health and human rights framework can lead to the change we need. Participants will highlight homegrown solutions, explore transnational partnerships, and demonstrate the effectiveness of community-led, place-based, and results-oriented approaches to healthier communities and human rights.

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Friday, June 5th, 2009. Los AngelesCAUSA

California Science Center

700 Exposition Drive, Exposition Park

Los AngelesCA 90037(enter at Figueroa & 39th Streets)
















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