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Call | Reproductive Policies and Self-Determination

The right to reproductive integrity and self-determination is formulated as a fundamental human right in the Resolution of the Fourth UN World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. For this issue, we are seeking contributions that address cross-cutting aspects of reproductive health and autonomy. What core areas of personal life design are affected by reproductive policies and their conditions, and what impact do they have on human life?

Call for Papers is open until 4 December 2022

Current Issue |Food Practices in Transition

The articles in this issue look at how processes of change in food practices interact with gender, following food from production to media negotiation. In the open section, there are contributions on scientific and feminist gender knowledge, on social science menstruation research, the liberalisation of abortion law, as well as an essay on the activist Florence Kelley.

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