Reproductive and sexual rights

These free public seminars will be held mostly on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. in Robson Hall on the Fort Garry campus from September to December 2018.

Graduate and law students: register to attend these seminars for credit.

Check back later to see the full schedule.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED MAY INCLUDE:

Non-criminal Responses to Gendered Violence:   University Sexual Violence Policies; Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls; Limits and Uses of Domestic Violence Protection and Prevention Orders

Criminal Responses to Sexual Violence and Stigmatized Practices:   Police and Prosecutorial Policies in Sexual Assault Cases; Stigmatized Sexual Practices; HIV Disclosure and Sexual Assault Law

Human Reproduction:  Surrogate Motherhood; Egg, Sperm and Gamete Donations; Issues in Pregnancy Termination

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity:  Gender Queer YouthQueer Politics/Queer Rights; The LGBT Purge Class Action; Participation in Elite Sports by Trans Identified People

Sex Work/Prostitution: Will Canada’s New Laws Survive a Charter Challenge? Comparing Sex Work Laws in India and Canada

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