Le 24 mars prochain, l’ICRH, Plan Belgique et l’Institut pour l’égalité des femmes et des hommes organisent une journée d’étude consacrée aux mariages forcés, à destination de toute personne confrontée à cette problématique dans le cadre de son travail, ou dans son entourage. Une étude récente menée par l’ICRH démontre que la problématique des mariages forcés en Belgique n’est pas un sujet évident pour les professionnels. Lors de cette journée d’étude, plusieurs professionnels donneront des explications à ce propos et les résultats de l’étude seront présentés.

The annual ‘week of spring fever’, focusing on the quality of relational and sexual eductation, takes place from February 23rd until 27th 2015. This year special attention is given to homophobia which is often a consequence of rigid attitudes towards ‘masculinity’ and ‘femininity’ and towards ideas about how men and women should behave.

On February 13th at 5:30 p.m. Ms. Charlotte Warren will defend her PhD entitled: “Exploring the quality and effect of comprehensive postnatal care models in East and Southern Africa”.

On February 6th . Ms. Xu-Dong (Stella) Zhang, defended successfully her PhD entitled: “Vulnerabilities and opportunities for improving sexual and reproductive health and rights for adolescent female sex workers in Kunming, China”.
Supervisor: Prof.dr. Stanley Lüchters
Co-Supervisor: Prof. dr. Marleen Temmerman

UGent-community magazine 'Durf Denken' published an interview with Prof. dr. Wim Delva in their latest edition of February 2015

UGent student Liza Van der Stock wins Freedom to Love award for her photographs of the sex workers in Zanzibar.

Within the margin of the ICRH+20 conference, ICRH and WHO jointly organized a launch of the supplement entitled ‘Where are we in Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights 20 years from the ICPD’.

ICRH celebrated its 20th anniversary on 4 and 5 December with a well-attended international conference on ‘Sexual and reproductive health and rights today and tomorrow’.

You are invited to participate in a feasibility study conducted by Ghent University (Belgium) for a new master’s program in Global Health. The purpose of this study is to collect your opinion on a program in Global Health, which will help us to better understand demands for this type of programs and to optimize its implementation. The survey takes from 2-10 minutes to complete depending on your answers.

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