Please join the Menstrual Health and Gender Justice Working Group, the Center for the Study of Social Difference, and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights for an interdisciplinary workshop on November 22, 2019 entitled "Multifaceted Menstruation".
This one-day workshop seeks to critically evaluate the current state of research on menstruation, with interest in examining whose voices are being represented, which actors shape the dominant narrative, whose voices are marginalized, what gaps in data, research, and policy exist, and how interdisciplinary collaboration may help remedy some of these gaps. The workshop also hopes to serve as an opportunity to make connections with menstrual health researchers in the Greater New York area.
Multifaceted Menstruation: Interdisciplinary Workshop Agenda
9:30 am - Welcome Remarks
10:00 am - Flash Presentations: Making Sense of Menstruation: Practices, Attitudes and Interventions
10:45 am - Flash Presentations: Acknowledging Menstrual Challenges, Approaching Menstruation through FemTech
11:45 am - 12:15 pm - Coffee break
12:15 pm - Flash Presentations: Menstrual Frameworks: Recognizing the Needs of all Menstruators
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Lunch
2:30 pm - Roundtable Discussions
Menstruation and Society, Menstruation in South Asia
3:15 pm - Coffee break
3:45 pm - Panel Discussion - Policy and Practice in Interdisciplinary Menstrual Health