Phoenix Zones Initiative’s 2022 Events
PZI hosts and participates in a variety of events to further our focus to ensure that everyone has a right to health and justice. Find out more about our 2022 events:
October 27-November 17, 2022
PZI led a Just One Health Project ECHO four-week virtual training and mentorship program, which outlined how our public policies, institutions, and practices can become more socially, environmentally, and economically just, and promote optimal health and wellbeing for people, animals, and the planet.
October 20, 2022
Dr. Charu Chandrasekera, founder and executive director of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods, spoke about the pathway to transforming medical research so that it benefits and protects both people and animals.
October 3-6, 2022
PZI and our coalition partners presented at the 2022 Kempe Conference. PZI organized four panel discussions to elevate the conversation around children’s rights initiatives that PZI is pursuing as part of an international coalition. Our feature panel focused on the importance of a rights-based Just One Health approach.
September 8-29, 2022
PZI led a four-week virtual training and mentorship program, which outlined how we can advance evidence-based modern, ethical research founded on primary prevention, justice, and the interdependent connections between the treatment of humans and other animals.
September 13, 2022
This training offered tips and resources for crafting and submitting an effective letter to the editor focused on transforming medical research. Prominent science writer and public speaker Dr. Barbara J. King shared strategies and insights for writing effectively and getting published.
May 19, 2022
PZI hosted a panel of experts who discussed why and how centering ecological justice and a right to health across global and local policies and practices can help ensure that people, animals, and the planet can be healthy and thrive.
January 27, 2022
PZI hosted a panel of experts who discussed how human research protections offer a framework toward a transformative research agenda that benefits and protects both people and animals.