Oct 17, 2024
From 12 PM to 1 PM

Location 110, avenue des Pins OuestMontréal, QC, H2W 1R7Canada
ContactMariana Correro
Health Ethics Conference

Ahmed Hamila

Ahmed Hamila

Intersectoral collaboration and access to healthcare for LGBTQI+ migrants

(Translated title)

Ahmed Hamila
Assistant professor at the Sociology department, Université de Montréal

This conference is part of the Montréal Health Ethics Lecture Series 2024.

(This conference will be held in French)

To attend the conference in person, no registration is required. All are welcome!

To attend this Zoom event, please register by following this link.

To see past conferences: YouTube channel of the Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit.

Summary of the presentation:
Despite Canada's universal healthcare system, LGBTQI+ migrants face multiple structural barriers to accessing and benefiting from it. These barriers have a direct impact on their health, contributing to higher rates of illness and death among these individuals. To address these barriers, a pilot project for an innovative clinic designed specifically to meet the needs of these communities was launched under the name Clinique Mauve. Implemented in close collaboration with community, institutional and academic partners, this clinic offers integrated medical care and psychosocial anti-oppressive services that take into account the trauma experienced by members of these communities.



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