Applying human rights principles to selected reproductive health issues in Africa 804
Faculty of Law
The focus of this module is on the application of human rights principles to discrete reproductive health issues with a view to developing human rights responses to contemporary reproductive health challenges in the African region. Topics include: (a) Contraception (b) Domestic violence (c) Female genital cutting (d) Infertility and medical-assisted reproduction (e) Maternal death (f) Sexual violence in times of conflict (g) Sexuality and reproductive health education (h) Trafficking in women and children (i) Unsafe abortion
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