On 31st October 2018, Prospective et Coopération organised a workshop-debate on the theme: “Your aid or your life? Is International Aid only a power struggle in the game of International relations or is it still the expression of a more complex social relation?”.
The videos of this debate (mostly in French) are available below.
The first part with the intervention of Philip ALSTON, United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights since 2014, he teaches Law at the Faculty of Law of New York University where he co-manages the Human Rights and Global Justice Chair.
The second part with the intervention of Pr Renaud PIARROUX, Professor of Parasitology-Mycology, Head of the Parasitology-Mycology Department at La Pitié-Salpêtrière (Paris), specialist in infectious and tropical diseases, is recognized worldwide for its expertise in cholera. He is a member of the Global Task Force On Cholera Control (WHO) and advisor to UNICEF and the Ministry of Health and Population (Haiti) on the management of the Cholera epidemic.
The third part with the intervention of Guillaume LACHENAL, Lecturer in History of Sciences at Paris Diderot University. He studies the history and anthropology of biomedicine in Africa. He is coordinator of the MEREAF project “Memories and remnants of medical research in Africa”, an anthropological and archaeological exploration of the ruins and memories associated with the past in African medical institutions. Since 2015, he is chairman of the scientific committee of social sciences and public health of the National Agency for Research on AIDS and Viral Hepatitis (ANRS).