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.

On December 10th, ICRH Belgium was co-organizing a lecture on ‘Sustainable development goals and the global south’ of Ghent University. This series of sessions is organized within the Global Minds Fund of the University, with the support of the Belgian Federal government.

The Summer Schools 'Health & Migration' ‘Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights’ will take place 5-16th of July 2020 in the vibrant City of Ghent, Belgium. Registrations are open for bachelor and master students from all around the world who are interested in expanding their knowledge about global issues alongside students from different faculties and different cultures.

Twenty five years ago the International Centre of Reproductive Health (ICRH) was founded by Professor Marleen Temmerman, as a response to the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo in 1994. It was established first at Ghent University, but today ICRH has three sister organisations in Belgium, Kenya and Mozambique with strong collaborations with other partners worldwide. A quarter of a century later, this had to be celebrated, so in November there were events planned in Mombasa, Kenya and Ghent, Belgium.

On November 20-21, ICRH’s dr. Katrina Perehudoff attended the first Global Essential Medicines (GEM) meeting organised by Prof. Nav Persaud at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.

On 21 November 2019, during an official visit of the province of East Flanders to the Chinese Hebei province, an agreement was signed establishing a joint laboratory for global health between Ghent University (Belgium) and Hebei Medical University (China).

This autumn ICRH celebrated its 25th birthday

In het kader van een onderzoek naar seksueel geweld bij ouderen & verzoekers om internationale bescherming/asielzoekers is het International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH) van de Universiteit Gent op zoek naar interviewers die op vrijwillige basis (met vrijwilligersvergoeding) willen meewerken in de periode januari 2020 tem april 2020.

Dr. Michelle M. Gills successfully defende her PhD at Ghent University "Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV: Approaches to improving antenatal care and male involvement"