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Maharishi's programmes for health, sustainability to be featured at 17th Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health
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21 October 2010
The 17th Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health will feature a symposium entitled 'Pathways to Global Health through Indigenous Knowledge: First Nations as Custodians of Natural Law in Restoring Healthy, Sustainable First Nations communities'.
The conference, sponsored by the Centre for Global Health within the Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, brings together researchers, policymakers, and international non-government organizations, to discuss the current crisis in global health—for networking across various sectors, in search of solutions to the world's most pressing health challenges.
The symposium will be held on the final day of the conference, which runs from 31 October to 3 November, said Dr Christopher Collrin, Director of First Nations Programmes for the Global Country of World Peace in Canada. The theme of the Conference this year is 'Global Health: A Humanitarian Crisis?'
Speaking about the conference on 21 October, Dr Collrin announced that world-renowned quantum physicist Dr John Hagelin* will give presentations on 3 November along with First Nations leaders.
These esteemed leaders are practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, Dr Collrin said, and they want to share the many benefits that the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi have brought to their communities.
* Dr Hagelin is also President of the David Lynch Foundation; Executive Director of the International Center for Invincible Defense; and National Director of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in the United States.
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