This course confronts problems of racism in global health promotion and generates critical perspectives on how global health objectives can be mobilised through fundamentally anti–racist practices. Students will investigate ways in which global health promotion may function with practices of decolonization and in support of community–based self–determination.
Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000–1099 level; or one of the following: enrolment in either the Honours Specialization, Specialization, or Major in Health Sciences; enrolment in the Major in Environment and Health; enrolment in either the Honours Specialization or Major in Indigenous Studies; enrolment in third or fourth year of a BScN program; or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.
Extra Information: 3 hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: CGS
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