2013 Sexual Rights and Reproductive Justice Conference (Ann Arbor)
To date, advocacy groups have advanced reproductive justice agendas around the country and the world. This innovative meeting hopes to advance reproductive justice by exploring the intersections of activism, advocacy, and academia. By providing a forum for meaningful dialogue and the development of research agendas and applied projects, advocates, activists and academics will collectively explore how we can design research informed by advocacy and generate useful and reliable data and findings that promote reproductive justice.
A pre-conference workshop, Reproductive Justice at University of Michigan: Research, Advocacy, Community, held on May 29 will include an exhibit at the Hatcher Gallery in the Graduate Library providing a historical context for the emergence and antecedents of reproductive justice. The exhibit will feature indigenous artwork from the developing world that represents mothers lost to maternal mortality on loan from the White Ribbon Alliance.
More information about the conference (including registration information) can be found here.
Registration is free, but registration is required. Deadline is May 20, 2103.
Event sponsors include the following University of Michigan units:
Horace H Rackham School of Graduate Studies (Michigan Meetings Award)
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
African Studies Center
Department of American Culture
Institute for Research on Women & Gender
Latina/o Studies Program
Center for Advancing Research and Solutions for Society