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Global health anthropology

Course at UIO

HES9355 - Reproductive and sexual health and rights in global health

If you want to attend a course at a different institution, UiO can be an option.

University of Oslo

University of Oslo

Course content

The students are recruited from health sciences and possibly legal sciences. A multidisciplinary mix of students is encouraged. The course gives the students insight into the framework of the various human rights agreements, and applies these to core reproductive and sexual issues. The course covers human rights, reproductive rights, sexual rights controversy, health systems, religion, legal issues, ethical issues and sensitive topics. – It covers a general overview of human rights instruments, applied to sensitive issues like abortion, violence, sexual preferences, substance abuse and pregnancy, teenage sexuality, among other issues. The course is convened through external experts in the field and the course leader. The first four days are lecture-based plus facilitated discussions (2 hours).

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