News and Events
The July 2019 issue of Sex Education journal, edited by Gender Centre Honorary Professor Peter Aggleton, is a special issue focusing on sex, sexuality and education in South Africa. This month, the special issue will be open access, so don't miss this great opportunity to explore some of the big questions concerning how sex, sexualities and education continue to be constructed in South Africa.
Join us for a side-event at this year's EAT Forum, co-hosted by University College London and the Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA). The event is open to the public but places are limited and RSVPs are required.
Despite clear evidence of effective approaches to sex and sexuality education, there continues to be debate about what should be provided, at what age, and with what goals in mind. This is no less true in parts of Europe, Australia and North America than it is in low-income countries in the Global South. The challenge both for the present and for the future lies in knowing what we want really to achieve in sex and sexuality education and being clear about what education by itself can be expected to deliver. Professor Peter Aggleton, Honorary Professor at the Centre for Gender and Global Health, will join us to discuss these issues and more in this wide-ranging talk.
Join us for a conversation with Julia Bunting, President of the Population Council, hosted by the UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health and the Institute for Women's Health.
Dr Punita Chowbey, a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at the Sheffield Hallam University, joins us for the first of our seminars in 2019. The talk will explore economic abuse and financial strategies in Britain and South Asia, drawing on her current research exploring issues of economic justice for women. The presentation will extend the current conceptualisations of economic abuse by incorporating diverse perspectives from South Asian women in Britain and in India and Pakistan and present a typology of financial strategies used by the women to deal with economic abuse. The event is free and open to all.
We are excited to announce the launch of a new lunchtime seminar series this autumn on Masculinities and Health in conjunction with Global Action on Men's Health. The series kickstarts next week with a Launch event on Wednesday 10th October, on Masculinity and Men's health - From Sex to Structure., and will run at lunchtime every other Wednesday.