In this 1 hour webinar plus Q&A, Bonney Corbin will explain the concept of reproductive coercion, key facts and figures, the impacts of reproductive coercion in contexts of family and domestic violence, and how we can collaborate to prevent reproductive coercion in sexual healthcare.
Bonney Corbin is the Senior Policy Officer at Marie Stopes Australia, with 15 years’ experience in sexual and reproductive healthcare, social policy and conflict resolution.
This event is open to everyone.
Cost: SAS Members (free), General Public ($10)
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