As part of her doctoral studies and supported by the Marleen Temmerman Fund, Anna Galle maid a participatory film about fatherhood in Southern Mozambique, named “The pregnancy is ours”.

The Academic Network on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Policy (ANSER) launched a knowledge clip on medicalization of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) on February 6th, International day of Zero Tolerance for female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C).

“Women in power” or “Moeder worden” is the name of the simultaneous photo exhibition that highlights the strength of women but also the right to a respectful birth experience.

March 12th PhD student from Uganda Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha is defending her PhD at Ghent University

De Universiteit Gent en Université de Liège doen een nationale studie over seksueel geweld in België en de impact hiervan op het leven van mensen die op een directe of indirecte manier geconfronteerd werden met seksueel geweld. Het UN-MENAMAIS onderzoeksproject is op zoek naar LGBTQIA+ personen die ooit geconfronteerd werden met seksueel geweld en bereid zijn hun ervaringen te nemen in een diepte-interview.

UGent-ICRH souhaite recruter un(e) assistant(e) scientifique pour tester et évaluer la Ligne chat francophone et néerlandophone de prise en charge des Violences Sexuelles.
UGent-ICRH wenst een wetenschappelijk medewerker aan te werven om het Nederlandstalig en Franstalig chatteam te versterken bij het uittesten en evalueren van de Chatlijn na Seksueel Geweld.

2019 will be remembered as the year of the Nairobi Summit ICPD+25, marking the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). In 1994 in Cairo, 179 governments adopted the concept of ‘reproductive rights’ and subscribed to a landmark Programme of Action (POA) empowering women and girls to take their own decisions, for their own benefit as well as for the benefit of their families and communities.

25 years after the ICPD conference in Cairo, where 179 governments adopted a landmark Program of Action to empower women and girls, the Nairobi summit ICPD +25 aimed to mobilize political will and financial commitments centered on eliminating preventable maternal deaths, sexual and gender-based violence and harmful practices against women and girls, and the need the need for family planning information and services.