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The Humanitarian Centre and Murray Edwards College invite you to the final event of the Global Health Year:

Linking Health & Sustainability

Date: Monday 22 October, 6pm to 8:30pm Venue: Buckingham House, Murray Edwards College Register to attend at: http://globalhealthfinale.eventbrite.com/

Keynote Presenters include: Professor Bernard Bulkin, Chair of the UK Sustainable Development Commission’s Steering Group on Climate Change, Energy and Transport Dr David Cleevely, Founding Director of the Centre for Science and Policy Polly Courtice LVO , Director of the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership

Please join us for a networking reception to explore new approaches to addressing the interconnected challenges of health and sustainability.

At this reception, we are delighted to launch the Humanitarian Centre’s third Cambridge International Development Report: an edited collection of thought-provoking pieces from key participants in the Cambridge Global Health Year, including:

Lord Nigel Crisp Dr Peter Singer Dr Ndwapi Ndwapi Dr Shelly Batra Professor Nick Wareham with a Foreword by Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, and an Afterword by Helen Clark, Administrator of United Nations Development Programme and many more

Please join us to mark the end of a fantastic year of events and activities on Global Health, and to look forward to a year of events on sustainable development, beginning January 2013. You are welcome to contact Anne Radl with any questions: anne.radl@humanitariancentre.org +44 (0) 1223 760 885

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