January 8, 2024 Author: Tracie Afifi
Dr. Christine Wekerle is presenting a webinar on January 15, 2024 on Sex, gender and child rights: Gender-based plus analytic approaches
Dr. Christine Wekerle will be presenting a webinar on January 15th, 2024, at 11:00 AM-12:00 PM CST on Sex, gender and child rights: Gender-based plus analytic approaches.
This presentation will focus on (1) understanding how sex, gender and child rights intersect in support of child health promotion and violence prevention and (2) exploring the linkages in caregiver and child well-being and resilience.
Dr. Christine Wekerle is a research scientist who has spent the last 30 years publishing in the areas of pediatric mental health, resilience, and well-being. She has worked with diverse populations: children, adolescents, Indigenous youth living on reserve, street-involved youth, substance treatment seeking adults, youth receiving services from child welfare, and former youth in care. Dr. Wekerle has developed prevention programming for adolescent resilience. The most recent is the JoyPop app to support crafting a daily resilience routine. She has a rights-and responsibility-lens with a focus on sex and gender-based analysis and contexts of adversity.
To join webinar please email Shehnoor.firstname.lastname@example.org