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A Candid Picture of Health: Contraceptive Autonomy and Reproductive Equity in the Global South

A discussion about Measuring Reproductive Rights and Health Equity in the Global South by Leigh Senderowicz, sponsored by the Social Justice Hub

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Time
5-6 p.m.
Description
Although we promote family planning in the Global South as a means for women's empowerment, it is important to remember that fertility control has some roots in colonialism and eugenics. In this talk with Leigh Senderowicz, we'll explore the intellectual history of global family planning, and discuss ways forward based in reproductive equity and justice.
Cost
Free

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