42nd Summer Seminar on Population

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Population and Health Studies

When: May 28 2011 (All day) until Jun 18 2011 (All day)
Where: East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
What:

The 42nd East-West Center Summer Seminar on Population will be held in May/June 2011.  Specific dates and locations are:

  • Designing Fertility Analyses in the Context of Low Fertility (Honolulu, June 4-18)
  • Effective Responses to HIV in a Funding-Constrained Environment:  Asia (Honolulu, May 28-June 18)
  • Communicating with Policymakers about Population and Health (Honolulu, May 28-June 18)

The deadline for applications is 31st December 2010. Information on the three workshops offered and application materials are posted here. 

 

 

 

The Summer Seminar on Population, held annually since 1970, serves as a forum for individuals and institutions concerned with population- and health-related issues. Participants identify emerging research and policy concerns, learn and share new research methods and program approaches, and forge links between researchers and practitioners working in key institutions throughout Asia, the Pacific, the United States, and other regions of the world.

The East-West Center's Summer Seminar contributes to the sharing of knowledge and experience on the demographic and health situation in Asia-Pacific countries, including policy initiatives and related policy research needs and outputs. The Summer Seminar also provides opportunities for participants from the Asia-Pacific region to share knowledge and experience with participants from other parts of the world. Former participants are found throughout Asia and the Pacific, working in virtually all the major government, nongovernmental (NGO), and academic institutions of the region that deal with population and health issues.

The Summer Seminar consists of three concurrent but independent workshops, coordinated by East-West Center staff and invited co-coordinators and resource persons from outside organizations. Participants are university graduates proficient in English, with training and experience in a field relevant to the topic of their workshop. Participants are selected on the basis of their potential contribution to one of the Seminar's workshops and to future professional work.

Primary Contact Info:
Name: Eugene Alexander
Phone: 808-944-7332