As part of Durham Law School’s event series on ‘Adaptation and Resilience’ this panel discussion brings together academics, policy makers and practitioners to discuss the connections between gender, climate and conflict.
‘Devolution in the UK and International Law’ will take place online, Monday-Wednesday 13-15 September 2021, and is open for all to attend between 10am-11.30am. This workshop is supported by the SLS Small Projects and Events Fund.
We are delighted to present an international, multi-disciplinary conference in Durham, United Kingdom, 15th and 16th of
Challenges to a Sustainable Recovery: International Law, Climate Change and Public Health
Access to safe abortion is essential and time-sensitive healthcare. Limited access is a serious threat to the health and lives of people who experience unwanted pregnancy. The COVID-19 pandemic has exemplified the importance of remote care by telemedicine to enable access. However, many of the socio-structural factors that make access to abortion difficult for individuals are not unique to emergency circumstances and existed long before the pandemic.
28 September 2021
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
In person at Durham University and online via Zoom.