Lectures Exploring the Millennium Development Goals - Their Achievements and Prospects Post-2015
The Millennium Development Goals: Their Achievements and Prospects Post-2015
During November 2013 Edinburgh Infectious Diseases and the University of Edinburgh's Global Health Academy were delighted to host four exciting lectures by leading Edinburgh academics exploring the achievements of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals and where the agenda is heading post-2015. The lectures were aimed at undergraduate students and discussed such pressing issues as Health & Infectious Diseases, Global Development, and Sustainable Business.
We will be posting links to videos of each of these lectures so that you can watch the events in full. Currently the first two lectures in the series are available. See the links below.
Tuesday 5 November 2013
Addressing the Millennium Development Goals: Eliminating neglected tropical diseases
- Prof Sue Welburn, Global Health Academy
Tuesday 12 November 2013 - Edinburgh Infectious Diseases and Global Health Academy Winter Lecture 2013
Controlling neglected tropical diseases in the post-Millennium Development Goal era
- Prof James Smith, Centre for African Studies
Tuesday 19 November 2013
Healthy Governance: Death, Disease and Donors
- Dr Devi Sridhar, School of Social and Political Science
Tuesday 26 November 2013
Role of Sustainable Business in Delivering the MDGs
- Dr Kenneth Amaeshi, Edinburgh Business School
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