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Tonight: IWHC President Adrienne Germain to Speak on the Status of Women's Health Globally at the World Affairs Council of Connecticut

Written By: Lori Adelman
October 28, 2009

 

World Affairs Council of ConnecticutToday, Wednesday October 28, IWHC President Adrienne Germain will be speaking as part of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut lecture series “Making Women’s Rights and Health Central to Global Development”. Her  speech will center on the status of women’s health globally, and will take place in Connecticut at Saint Joseph College from 6-7:30. If you’re in the area, you should definitely check it out! But, thanks to the power of the internet, even if you are hundreds or thousands of miles away from Hartford, you will still be able to tune in to the live webcast.

This is the URL you will need to connect to the webcast:

http://live.upstreamnetworks.com/24737-57895

More detailed instructions can be found after the jump.

And, in case you missed it, be sure to listen to Adrienne Germain discuss the state of women’s health around the world – and how the international community can get involved in protecting the health of all women – on Connecticut Public Radio as a prelude to her event tonight. Click here to listen to the episode.

For PC users:
•        Press and hold the “Ctrl” key and click on the URL.
•        It will open the Windows Media Player and the image will show in 640X480.
•        Once connected Press and hold the “Alt” and “Enter” keys to change to full screen view.

Also, you can copy and paste the link to the web browser and it click on the green arrow at the right side next to the address.

For Mac Users:
•        Make sure you have the latest QuickTime Player installed
•        You will need also the Windows Media Component. If you don’t have it go to this address and install it: http://www.telestream.net/flip4mac-wmv/overview.htm
•        With both players installed, open the QuickTime Player.
•        Go to “File” – “Open URL” – and paste the provided URL address and click OK.

Also, you can copy and paste the link to the web browser and it click on the green arrow at the right side next to the address.

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