“Democratization and Reproductive Injustices in Latin America” is Brown Bag Lunch Topic

Paola Bergallo, Professor of Law, Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires

Tue, November 30, 2010 | Gebauer, 3rd Floor Conference Room

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Professor Bergallo has consulted on women’s human rights and sexual and reproductive rights for the Center for Reproductive Rights, the UN Fund for Population, and the Pan-American Health Organization. She is a founding member of Red de Académicas Latinoamericanas, a network to reform Latin American legal education from a gender and sexuality perspective.

 
Please join us for this event in connection with the new CWGS/Rapoport Center Research Cluster on Women, Gender, and Human Rights. The Research Cluster on Women, Gender, and Human Rights is a new monthly conversation among faculty and students; the discussion supports critical engagement with human rights discourse, connects researchers across campus working on women, gender, and human rights, and facilitates resource sharing for an interdisciplinary approach to advocacy and education for women, gender, and human rights. We invite current and new Research Cluster participants as well as all university community members. All are welcome.

Sponsored by: Co-sponsored by the Center for Women’s & Gender Studies and the Rapoport Center for Human Rights & Justice

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