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2017 Oxford Global Health and Bioethics International Conference
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The Student Global Health Committee partnered with Population Connection to host a panel discussion on, “How Policies Hurt Women in the U.S. and Around the World.” Experts and activists discussed the impact of U.S. foreign and domestic policies (“Hyde” and “Helms” Amendments) on access to safe, legal abortion. Panelists included experts from Ipas, NARAL North Carolina, Population Connection Action Fund, and an award-winning author and activist, and the conversation was moderated by abortion rights expert and UNC Gillings professor, Sian Curtis.
Marie Lina Excellent, master student in public health leadership, was selected to present an Ignite Talk on “Insights into Effective Leadership” at the Global Leadership Forum. She shared her research and experience with leadership in her home country of Haiti.