Christine Ogaranko

Christine Ogaranko is a Social Worker by training, having obtained a Master of Social Work degree in Manitoba, Canada. She has worked in government and non-government settings, and as a consultant in Canada and internationally in the areas of mental health policy and program development, and children with disabilities. More recently, Christine has worked as a Technical Officer with the WHO, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, and was the Principle Investigator of a Mental Health Commission of Canada sponsored project to evaluate Canadian mental health law and policy with a human rights lens. Currently, Christine is the Coordinator of the Mental Health and Addictions Strategy with the Nova Scotia provincial government in Canada, and is an alumni of the ILS International Diploma in Mental Health, Human Rights and Law.