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Abortion Frontlines: the Latin American context

Sonia Corrêa and Emily Jackson

Date: Thursday 13th October 
Time: 12.30 – 2pm, 
Room: Moot Court Room, 7th floor,  New Academic Building
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In this informal lunchtime seminar, Professor Sonia Corrêa will present a short paper on recent developments in abortion law and policy in Latin America and Professor Emily Jackson (LSE Law) will discuss the public health implications of DIY abortion.

Sonia Corrêa is a research associate at the Brazilian Interdisciplinary Association for AIDS and co-chairs Sexuality Policy Watch (SPW), a global forum comprised of researchers and activists engaged in the analyses of global trends in sexuality related policy and politics. Emily Jackson is a professor of law at LSE Law specialising in medical law.

Chair: Nicola Lacey is School Professor of Law, Gender and Social Policy

Please RSVP to law.events@lse.ac.uk



Sonia Corrêa