Symposium on Gender Justice in the Americas: A Transnational Dialogue on Violence, Sexuality, Reproduction, and Human Rights
The Miami Law Review has published a symposium issue containing papers and talks given at the 2011 conference involving advocates and scholars from 20 countries in North and South America to explore Gender Justice in the Americas: A Transnational Dialogue on Violence, Sexuality, Reproduction, and Human Rights. The introduction to the symposium issue is now available on SSRN here. The introduction breifly describes each article contained in Volume 65 of the law review. Articles of particular interest to prolife faculty include:
Modern Day Inquisitions by Rebecca Cook;
Negative Impacts of Abortion Criminalization in Brazil: Denial of Women’s Reproductive Autonomy and Human Rights by Beatriz Galli;
Who Is a Human Rights Defender? An Essay on Sexual and Reproductive Rights Defenders by Cynthia Soohoo and Diana Hortsch;
Multiple Discrimination in Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health: Experiences from Latin America and the Caribbean by Ximena Casas; and
Sexual Rights and Religion: Same-Sex Marriage and Lawmakers Catholic Identity in Argentina by Juan Marco Vaggione.