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“Improving women’s journeys through abortion,” 12th FIAPAC Conference, October 14-15, 2016, Lisbon, Portugal. Pre-conference workshops on values and advocacy on October 13, 2016, on (1) Decriminalization and (2) Surgical abortion in the second trimester. Francophone session on 16 October. Flyer online. Programme.
“Global School Health Rights Litigation” intensive course June 13-17, 2016 O’Neill Institute and Harvard FXB at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC for specialist-level knowledge re litigating health-related rights at the national, regional, and international levels. Apply by May 1, 2016. Course details.
LL.M. en Derechos Humanos y Derecho Humanitario (en Espanol), American University Washington College of Law, Washington DC, USA, Cursos Virtuales, y Cursos Presenciales. Informacion.
Abortion Law in Transnational Perspective, Spanish edition, forthcoming summer 2016 from CIDE/FCE, Mexico City. Spanish flyer online.
[abortion] The Moral Case for Abortion, by Ann Furedi, Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Publisher’s webpage.
[abortion] “Zika Virus and Global Implications for Reproductive Health Reforms,” by James G. Hodge, Alicia Corbett, Ashley Repka and P.J. Judd. (March 9, 2016). forthcoming in Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness Abstract and 3-page article.
[abortion, Brazil] Reproductive Rights and the Zika epidemic in Brazil, Supreme Court challenge, by Prof. Debora Diniz Portuguese with English subtitles. 30-minute film. Prof. Prof. Diniz comments in English: 4-minute video
[abortion, Canada – PEI province] In face of lawsuit based on Charter of Rights and Freedoms, PEI drops opposition to abortion, plans to provide access by end of 2016. ARN press release.
[abortion, conscientious objection, Italy and Sweden] “Abortion Inside Swedish Democracy: Paradoxical Secularizations and Unbalanced Pluralisms,” by Melisa L Vazquez, Calumet – Intercultural Law and Humanities Review, 2016, Issue 2: 1-56. Abstract and article.
[abortion, Northern Ireland] Guidance for Health and Social Care professionals on termination of pregnancy in Northern Ireland. Guidance online.
[abortion, pre-natal testing] “Non-Invasive Testing, Non-Invasive Counseling,” by Rachel Rebouché, Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 43.2 (2015): 228-240. Abstract and article.
[abortion, sex selection] “Testing Sex,” University of Richmond Law Review 49.1 ( 2015) 519-577. Abstract and article.
[assisted reproduction] “Securing the Future of Genetic Enhancement: A Review Essay of ‘Humanity Enhanced’, by Russell Blackford. Reviewed by Bernard M. Dickens, Population and Development Review 41(1)(March 2015): 151-68. Abstract and Review.
“Ethical Issues of Uterus Transplantation,” by Bernard M. Dickens, International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 133.1(2016): 125-128. Abstract and Article.
[Ireland] “Maternal brain death and legal protection of the foetus in Ireland” [case review] by Andrea Mulligan 15.2 2015 Medical Law International 182-195. Abstract and Article.
[Ireland, maternal brain death] “Horrific court case involving a young pregnant brain-dead woman,” by Kate Butler, Lawyers for Choice. Article online.
[Latin America] IV Legal Conference on Reproductive Rights, held Nov. 2-4, 2015. Video archive “Relatoria” online.
[Nigeria] Maternal Health and Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 5 in Nigeria: Any Catalytic Role For Human Rights? (2015). by Obiajulu Nnamuchi, Obiajulu, Miriam Anozie, and Festus Okechukwu Ukwueze, Medicine and Law, Vol. 34, 2015. [discusses abortion laws and unsafe abortion] Abstract and article.
[UK, Ireland and Northern Ireland] “How can a state control swallowing?” Medical Abortion and the Law, by Sally Sheldon, March 2016. Research summary
[United Nations] Report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment A/HRC/31/57 discusses abortion access in paras 42ff. online in 6 languages.
[abortion, Ireland] Asylum seeker, refused abortion, sues the State. News article.
[abortion, Mexico – Guanajuato] “Abortion and Human Rights in Mexico…Feminist Approaches within and Around the Law,” by Elyse Ona Singer, Society for Medical Anthropology, Anthropology News Article online.
[Nigeria] Case of Illegal detention and death of woman at hospital heads to High Court of Nigeria. CRR Press Release.
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FELLOWSHIPS AND JOBS
The Comparative Program on Health and Society at the University of Toronto, Canada, invites applications for 2016-2017. Complete applications due May 30, 2016. Doctoral fellowship details: Health and human rights. Social determinants of health. Research Associate.
Program Manager, Women’s Health and Equality, Wyss Foundation, Washington DC, Apply by May 31, 2016. Job details.
Links to other employers in the field of Reproductive and Sexual Health Law are online here
Compiled by the Coordinator of the International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Program, reprohealth*law at utoronto.ca For Program publications and resources, see our website, online here.
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