Nadha is a PhD Candidate and Vanier Scholar at York University in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change. Her interdisciplinary research and projects explore health equity in different environments, taking an intersectional anti-racism approach. She has a Master of Public Health from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. Her current doctoral work takes a community-engaged approach to exploring the experiences of racialized people in urban green spaces in two Toronto neighbourhoods, focusing on issues of mental health and wellbeing, equity, access, and belonging.
June 22, 2023
The Power and Politics of Data: Advancing Equitable Futures in Parks and Greenspaces
An incredible amount of knowledge resides in the people and communities who engage with parks. How can we ensure that their knowledge, experiences and insights are integrated into collecting information that shapes our parks? Join experts, to address the challenges and successes in impact measurement, and discuss equitable futures for park systems.