I am giving a talk entitled " One Thousand Voices: What Can They Teach Us? " at the PacRim Conference in Honolulu on Tuesday March 5.
I am giving two sole-author presentations: “Human trafficking as an element of globalization: exploring the health issues” and “Exploring impairment and disability through the lens of inequality.”
Solomon Amoatey and I are presenting “Advocacy by disability organizations in Ghana” and “Global Health and the politics of disability in Ghana”
Edelweiss Murillo Lafuente and I are presenting “The 2016 Disability Protest in Bolivia: a social movement perspective” and “Suma Qamaña and the obligations of the Bolivian Government with regard to the health and well-being of all Bolivians: challenges by disability activists.”
Angela Nieuwkoop and I are presenting “Education as a social determinant of cardiovascular disease: assessing the responses” and “Health on the Margins: A Look at the Social Determinants of Health.”
I am giving a talk on my disability hate crime work, giving a masterclass on writing a Ph.D. and turning it into a book, and later in the year I will be speaking at their online education conference.