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WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission on Child Wellbeing

Child Health Research Center Lecture Series, University of Queensland, will be hosting the WHO-UNICEF Lancet Commission on Child Wellbeing regional launch on 12 March 2020.

Details of the Seminar and the Evening Public event can be found  at

A Shared Future Bi-Monthly Update: October – November 2019

Included in this issue:


  • ASF Connect – Carlos Sánchez-Pimienta

Project Updates

  • Gikinoo’amaagewin Wiigwaam
  • Indigenous Women in Renewable Energy
  • Bras d’Or Lakes CEPI
  • We Lived This Way Before
  • Perspectives Among Indigenous Youth and Energy and Food Sovereignty
  • Advancing Culturally Relevant Gender-Based Analysis
  • Working Towards Energy Security, Self-Determination, and Reconciliation
  • Towards Energy Security in NunatuKavut

Trainee Project Updates

  • Exploring Relations, Experience and Ways of Knowing

18th International Conference UPDATE 4

The 18th International  Conference of the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health,  Assessing and Mitigating Environmental Exposures in Early Life‘, was held 16 – 19 September 2019 in Kyoto, Japan.

Photos and survey responses are now available


PBC Newsletter

PBC Newsletter OCTOBER 2019



Chairmans Awards 2019

It gives us great pleasure to announce the 2019 Chairman’s Award for outstanding service to the Pacific Basin Consortium

  • Mariano Cebrian
  • Rajendra Prasad
  • Mahmood A Khwaja

A SHARED future Bi Monthly Update – Aug-Sept 2019

Project Co-Leads have been very busy with their projects over the northern summer please enjoy the update.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions about specific projects, the research program as a whole, or have something you would like to share.

Global Health Alliance Australia

WOW! Women, Winners, WHO, Wellbeing, Warming Worries

SDPI Research Report

Qurratulain, Tahira Shams and Dr. Mahmood. A. Khwaja

Executive Summary

Depending upon natural phenomena and human activities, the ambient air may contain a number of pollutants, harmful not only to human health (especially vulnerable population children, elderly, sick) but also to animals and plants. Manufacturing processes and the burning of fossil fuels has directly impacted ambient air quality, by releasing a high level of chemical pollutants into the atmosphere. To safe guard public health from poor ambient air quality, Pakistan national ambient air quality standards (AAQSs) have long been formulated and reviewed from time to time.

A SHARED Future Bi Monthly Update: June – July 2019

A SHARED Future Bi Monthly Update June – July 2019

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