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Boston, United States
September 19th, 2010

About this event

TEDxChange: The Future We Make

Confirmed Speakers

  • Alicia Ely Yamin
    Alicia Ely Yamin, JD MPH is currently Joseph H. Flom Fellow on Global Health and Human Rights at Harvard Law School, Adjunct Lecturer on Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health, and Senior Researcher at the Christian Michelsen Institute in Bergen, Norway. She also serves as Special Adviser to Amnesty International.
  • Stephen P. Marks
    Stephen P. Marks is François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights in the Department of Global Health where he directs the program on Human Rights in Development.
  • Matt Andrews
    Matt Andrews is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. He came to this position after working at the World Bank and before that in the South African government during the mid-1990s. Andrews focuses on comparative public management and governance, especially in developing countries. His research and teaching center on some basic questions, "what does a good government really look like?," "what is good governance in reality?"
  • Cecil Haverkamp
    Cecil Haverkamp worked as WHO's focal point for MDGs, health and development policy from 2002 to 2006, seconded to UN headquarters in New York where he represented the Organization in inter-agency and inter-governmental processes. Mr Haverkamp now works at the Harvard School of Public Health where he manages a research and policy project on humanitarian assistance, and serves as coordinator for global health practice with the Office for Educational Programs.

Venue and Details

United States

Event Type (what is this?) TEDxChange Simulcast (TEDxLive)

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Amy Cohen
Boston, MA, United States

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Cecil Haverkamp
Coordinator for global health practice with the Office for Educational Programs
Juveeza Chadha

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