A compilation of DifferenTakes: Bringing health, safety & social justice to the forefront
Reviving Reproductive Safety: Series 1, Fall 2005
Published by the Population and Development Program,Hampshire College
View the complete publication at: http://popdev.hampshire.edu/projects/rrs/.
A compilation of DifferenTakes issue papers that critically examines issues of contraceptive safety, new reproductive technologies, population control and women's health. Reviving Reproductive Safety brings issues of health, safety and social justice to the
forefront of the reproductive rights movement. An important tool for activists and educators.
Introduction by Betsy Hartmann and Amy Oliver.
A Decade after Cairo: Women's Health in a Free Market Economy by Sarah Sexton at the UK-based Corner House
and Sumati Nair and Preeti Kirbat of the Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights, Amsterdam.
Reproductive Health and the FDA: Buffeted by Political Battles by Amy Allina, Program Director of the National Women's Health Network in Washington, DC.
Ten Years after Cairo: The Resurgence of Coercive Population Control in India by Rajani Bhatia of the Committee on Women, Population and the Environment.
Depo Provera: Old Concerns, New Risks by Amy Oliver, coordinator of the Population and Development Program at Hampshire College and reproductive rights activist and researcher Diana Dukhanova.
Egg Donation for IVF and Stem Cell Research: Time to Weigh the Risks to Women's Health by Judy Norsigian, co-founder, Boston Women's Health Book Collective and co-author, Our Bodies, Ourselves.
Quinacrine Sterilization in India: Women's Health and Medical Ethics Still at Risk by Indian journalist and women's and peace movement activist Rajashri Dasgupta.
Beyond the Hype: What You Should Know about the Seasonale Birth Control Pill by reproductive rights activist and researcher Amelia Bucek.
Ten Reasons Why Prisons are Bad for Reproductive Freedom by Eesha Pandit, associate director of programs for the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program at Hampshire College.
The Politics of Abortion and Reproductive Justice: Strategies for a Stronger Movement by Marlene Gerber Fried, director of the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program at Hampshire College and co-author of Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organizing for
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