The interdisciplinary workshop co-organised by iProbono, the CCTL of CUHK LAW, and the City Law School, City, University of London brings together academics, practitioners, and activists to advance sexual and reproductive rights through legal design and comparative law methods.
Day 1 includes panels on ‘The Global Movement Towards Decriminalisation of Abortion; Challenges and Strategies’ with experts from the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, USA, Northern Ireland, and Australia, a focus group discussion on strategies for decriminalisation, and training on legal design.
Day 2 will focus on ‘Progressing Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Nepal’. We will also explore the visual power of legal design methods to advance reproductive rights in Nepal using a toolkit illustrated by artist Kripa Joshi.
Join us for the entire workshop or select sessions according to your availability. (It is recommended that participants attending the Legal Design session on day 1 join the Persona session (illustrated case studies) on day 2).
The workshop is by invitation only.
For further information please contact the organiser, Dr Mara Malagodi.