• Paris

    Conference, symposium - Sociology

    Gender and contraception: what kind of (r)evolutions?

    This event aims to explore the “(r)evolutions” that the diffusion of contraception in the world has generated. It also intends to acknowledge the renewal of research on contraception and abortion through the integration of a gender perspective. The material and legal access to methods and knowledge on fertility control might have led to changes in power relations in different social spheres. Considering contraception today leads us to, among other things, questioning representations of procreative autonomy and gender equality.

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