Our goal is for Duke to become a leader in global reproductive health, fostering expertise on policies, programs, and innovations in reproductive health through rigorous research, education and strong relationships with partner countries. We will do this by convening faculty, researchers, students, and advocates to address the key policy, cultural and reproductive health issues that impact women’s well-being and empowerment around the world.
To make this happen, we will:
Bill & Melinda Gates Add Climate Change and Gender Equality to Foundation’s Priorities https://t.co/Ngs94wLOW5
U.S. Flunks Reproductive Health and Rights Report Card https://t.co/cmZYvHo0Hr
SHAPE’s keynote speaker is Nadia Murad, the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and human rights activist. The event will highlight Nadia’s Initiative, her global non-profit organization that rebuilds communities in crisis and advocates for survivors of sexual violence.
The Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention & Education (S.H.A.P.E.) Week is a collaboration between campus groups and departments committed to ending sexual assault in the Duke community. Events will take place from February 3-9, 2020.