Happy to pass on this announcement, which may be of interest to Lusophone colleagues.
The session will be in Portuguese with English interpretation.
Experiência da polícia na epidemia de COVID-19: Relatórios de Moçambique e Angola
Experience of police in the COVID-19 epidemic: Reports from Mozambique and Angola
Organized by the Global Law Enforccement and Public Health Association (https://gleapha.wildapricot.org/)
Date: terça/Tuesday 1 de Dezembro 2020
Horário: 09:00 Lisboa/Londres; 10:00am Luanda/Amsterdão; 11:00am Maputo; 08:00pm Sydney
Inscreva-se com antecedência/Register in advance: https://bit.ly/glephaweb3
Resumo: A pandemia Covid-19 criou desafios para a polícia, com a tarefa de fazer cumprir regulamentações de saúde muitas vezes impopulares, ao mesmo tempo em que está na linha de frente da exposição. Por meio desta série de webinars focados, o GLEPHA está a reunir policias e funcionários de saúde pública de diferentes países para partilhar assuas experiências de lidar contra os desafios que a pandemia trouxe - aprender uns com os outros e contribuir para a construção de uma comunidade colaborativa interessada no papel da polícia na realização dos objetivos de saúde pública.
Summary: The Covid-19 pandemic has created challenges for police, tasked with enforcing often unpopular health regulations while being in the front line of exposure. Through this series of focused webinars, GLEPHA is bringing together police and public health officials from different countries to share their experiences of dealing with the challenges the pandemic has brought - to learn from each other, and to contribute to building a collaborative community of interest in the police role in achieving public health goals.
Tim France, PhD
Bournemouth UK/Chiang Mai, Thailand
E: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> [Zoom]
M (UK): +44 773939 0542 [WhatsApp]
Office Ph: +66 53 117079
HIFA profile: Tim France is Managing Director of Inis Communication (www.iniscommunication.com), a consultancy firm that helps global health and development initiatives achieve greater impact and visibility. He has over 25 years experience in science, public health and development, including several landmark civil society projects. Prior to starting Inis Tim held positions with the World Health Organizations Global Programme on AIDS and UNAIDS, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, Health & Development Networks and the Foundation du Present. He has also been Scientific Editor of two popular international scientific journals.
Originally from London, Tim migrated to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand in 2000.
tim AT iniscommunication.com