Loading Events

Events

Find Events

Event Views Navigation

Event Category

Cost ($)

Tags

Organizers

Time

City

State/Province

Reset Filters

Upcoming Events

Events List Navigation

October 2016

Speaking Science to the Court: The Experience of Experts in WWH

October 5
UC Hastings College of Law,
San Francisco, CA United States

UCSF’s Dr. Dan Grossman and Dr. Diana Greene Foster will be joining UC Hastings Constitutional Law Professors Radhika Rao and Rory Little at UC Hastings College of the Law for a panel discussion of the decision in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt.

Read more
Free

Webinar: LARCS: Access, Coercion, and Reproductive Justice

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT

Webinar by SisterSong and National Women's Health Network. Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are highly effective methods for preventing pregnancy, but pregnancy prevention may not be an individual woman's most important consideration in choosing a contraceptive. Women-particularly young women, low-income women, uninsured women, and women of color-often report that providers do not take their health care concerns seriously, and treat them as though they are incapable of deciding what happens with their bodies. These same women have also been subjected to…

Read more

Shaking the Foundations – Progressive Lawyering Conference

October 15
Stanford Law School,
Crown Quadrangle, 559 Nathan Abbott Way
Palo Alto, CA 94305 United States

A conference that brings together progressive legal minds from the West Coast and across the country to discuss present and future issues within the movement, explore the role of young lawyers, and encourage attendees to work toward social and environmental justice. If/When/How staff to present.

Read more
Free

Webinar: If You Care About Immigrant Rights, You Should Care About Reproductive Justice

October 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

Part of If/When/How's seventh annual fall webinar series with the National Women's Law Center that will explore the intersection of reproductive justice and other social justice issues. Immigrants are disproportionately likely to work in low-wage jobs, have less access to health care, and struggle to make ends meet for their families. This webinar will focus on the intersection between immigrant rights and reproductive justice. Register for this webinar here.  

Read more
November 2016

Dismantling Reproductive Injustices: The Hyde Amendment & Criminalization of Self-Induced Abortion

November 11
Georgetown Law Center,
Washington, DC United States

Day-long symposium organized by the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, co-sponsored by If/When/How, and featuring leading academics and advocates. Register here.

Read more
Free

Webinar: If You Care About Ending Gun Violence, You Should Care About Reproductive Justice

November 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST

Part of If/When/How’s seventh annual fall webinar series with the National Women’s Law Center that will explore the intersection of reproductive justice and other social justice issues. Gun violence has been a growing epidemic in the United States, with communities of color disproportionately affected. This webinar will focus on how gun violence and the fear of gun violence make it harder for families to raise their children with dignity in healthy and safe environments. Register for this webinar here.

Read more
+ Export Listed Events