Scotland African Voices: COVID-19 Vaccine Debate Film Premiere - October 7th 2022
By Dr Josephine Adekola
You are warmly invited to the premiere screening of a film documentary on the science of COVID-19 vaccines, framed to address the concerns and curiosities of those African, Caribbean, and Black communities in Scotland. The film consists of three community engagement events in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, highlighting the concerns and curiosities of the public and public health officials and a co-produced way forward for the future of vaccines. There are interviews with leading academics, PHS, and Scottish Government officials.
The film will be followed by a one-hour debate on key themes discussed in the film with academics, health officials and policymakers, and members of the communities featured in the documentary.
Tea/coffee and a lunch buffet will be provided.
Dr Josephine Adekola is a Lecturer in Strategy Communication/Science and Technology Policy in the Adam Smith Business School. She is a member of the Changing Cities IRT leadership team, and has research interests including disaster risk management, risk communication, community resilience, and vaccine or stakeholders engagement.
First published: 12 September 2022