HRC33 Panel: Bodily Autonomy and Sexual Rights

Published on September 08, 2016
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The traditional siloed approach of considering issues in isolation ignores the interconnectedness of sexual rights, the common source of oppression and inevitably leaves people behind. The panel will articulate the benefits of advancing a holistic and intersectional understanding of bodily autonomy, explore the interlinkages between sexual rights issues affecting bodily autonomy, and encourage the HRC to continue to produce contextualized analyses of sexuality and gender in relation to bodily autonomy.


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20 SEPTEMBER, Palais des Nations 14:00-15:00,

Room XXV


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