lundi 25 février 2013

Women’s Health, Global Health: Ethics, Power and Politics


Fiona Robinson
Recipient of the 2012 FPA Research Excellence Award

Hosts the 2013 Research Award Symposium

Women’s Health, Global Health: Ethics, Power and Politics


Friday, March 1, 2013

10.00 am – 4.00 pm (reception to follow)

2nd Floor – Residence Commons

register:
http://bit.ly/11pTKVJ

Program

10:00–10:15 Dean’s Welcome

10:15-10:45

Fiona Robinson, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, ‘The Ethics and Politics of Women’s Health in Global Health Governance’

Panel 1

10:45-12:30

Globalizing and Governing Women’s Bodies

*  Christine Straehle, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa, “The Ethics of Global Surrogacy: A Vulnerability and Global Justice Perspective”

*  Vida Panitch, Department of Philosophy, Carleton University, “Global Commercial Surrogacy: Exploitation to Empowerment”

*  Patti Tamara Lenard, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa, “Boobytrapping women: On the ethics of coercive breastfeeding’

*  Phyllis Rippeyoung, Department of Sociology, University of Ottawa , “Mandated Breastfeeding: Women’s Bodies as a Solution to Global Poverty”

Lunch 12:30-1:15

Panel 2

1:15-2:45

Women’s Health, Women’s Rights: Domestic, Supranational and Global Governanc

*  Mira Johri, International Health Unit, University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre, and Department of Health Administration, Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal, “Women’s health literacy and immunization coverage in India”

*  Melissa Haussman, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, “Advocating for Reproductive Rights at the Supranational Level: the Center for Reproductive Rights and Recent Landmark Cases at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights”

*  Lisa Mills, School of Public Administration, Carleton University, “Global Health, the MDGs and Maternal Health in Mexico”


Panel 3
2:45-4:00
Neo-liberal Globalization and Long-term Care: Gendered Implications
*  Hugh Armstrong, School of Social Work and Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University, “Neoliberalism and Official Health Statistics: A Research Agenda with Gender in Mind”

*  Susan Braedley, School of Social Work, Carleton University, “Healthy Women, Health for All?”

4:00 Closing Remarks, Fiona Robinson

4:00-5:00 Reception


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