Join this free international conference "Reproductive Trouble? Technology, Gender, Politics" organized by the Institute for Gender Studies of the University of Geneva.
25 international researchers working on medically assisted reproduction from a gender perspective will address issues at the interface between science and society.
Organized around three keynote lectures, Pr. Catherine Waldby (Australian National University), Pr Aditya Bharadwaj (Geneva Graduate Institute) and Pr. Sally Hines (University of Sheffield) as well as four panels and round tables:
- Panel 1: Infertility Risks: Reproduction in Uncertain Environments
- Panel 2: Reproductive Markets: Donation, Accumulation or Extraction?
- Panel 3: Reproductive Justice? Rights, Norms, Technology and Inequalities
- Panel 4: Disrupting Reproduction? Trans People's Access to Reproductive Technologies
Head: Pr. Delphine Gardey
Organizing committee : Raphaël Albospeyre-Thibeau, Eléonore Crunchant, Claire Grino, Solène Gouilhers, Mica Palaz
Event in English, keynote lecture translated into French
Free, open event.
29 novembre 2023 – 30 novembre 2023
Université de Genève