Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings: Register now for the Dec. 5 event
Join us for Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings: Current Status and Future Considerations at International House, UC Berkeley, December 5, 10 am to 6 pm.
Learn about the 2012–2014 Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (IAWG) Global Evaluation, the status of reproductive health and the Ebola response in Central and West Africa, tech and reproductive health in crises and more. HRC's Julie Freccero will discuss research on accountability for sexual violence in conflict. This event launches the newly formed Bay Area IAWG.
Sponsored by Reproductive Health in Crises, Save the Children, the Bixby Center for Population, Health, and Sustainability, and the Human Rights Center at the UC Berkeley School of Law.
RSVP to Sarah Knaster, IAWG Coordinator, at SarahK@wrcommission.org by November 18, 2014.
Bold Scientists: Dispatches from the Battle for Honest Science by Michael Riordon highlights HRC's work with Pro-Búsqueda
Writer Michael Riordon has just published Bold Scientists: Dispatches from the Battle for Honest Science that features the work of HRC's Cristián Orrego, forensic program director and Eric Stover, faculty director, in the chapter "Stolen Children." This chapter highlights how DNA evidence came to be used to help find the children forcibly separated from their families during the war in El Salvador. Read the chapter here and learn more about Riordon's book on his Nature Science Power blog.
Providing systemic responses to atrocity crimes
Training the next generation of human rights investigators
Using DNA technology to advance human rights
Addressing sexual violence in conflict