Netta Sarah Kornberg, MPhil
Knowledge Dissemination Strategist
Netta Kornberg is a published researcher, educator and organizer with international experience in adult education, public health, and the arts. She holds an MPhil. in African Studies at the University of Cambridge.
Netta has worked at York University Faculty of Education, Artists' Health Alliance, South African History Online, and Peoples’ Health Movement South Africa. Her writing has been featured in academic, popular, and government publications. Past research topics include Namibian women’s literature, innovative pedagogy in Ontario schools, and health equity for & amongst artists.
|Global Health Foresighting|
|Climate Change, Critical Problem-Solving, Design, Film|
Short Documentaries: Planetary Health Film Lab | Winter 2020 | Library, Research
Planetary Health Film Lab | Education, Project, Research
COVID-19 Global Health & Humanitarianism Portal | Project, Research
Design and Global Health | Project, Research
Bruce Mau: Design principles for critical problem-solving in global health | 20 October 2020
Dutch Design Week 2020: Virtual Expert Program on Health and Circular Design Challenges | 19 October 2020
Design and Global Health: Embedded Practices, Emerging Ideas | 4 March 2020
YorkU Magazine Features Planetary Health Film Lab | 19 February 2020
Information Design for the Common Good | Lunch & Learn | 8 August 2019
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