The 'Period Posse Presents' 2020 Webinar Series - Monitoring Menstrual Health & Hygiene Progress on March 10!

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The Period Posse Presents: A New Menstrual Health and Hygiene Research, Policy & Practice Seminar Series

The Period Posse Presents: This monthly interactive webinar series brings together experts in menstrual health and hygiene from across research, policy and practice to discuss key emerging issues.

UPCOMING WEBINARS INCLUDE:

New Research: Updates from Menstrual Trials in Kenya, Uganda & The Gambia
Wednesday September 11, 2019; 8:00am EST
Speakers:
Penny Philips Howard, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Helen Weiss, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Belen Torondel, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Ending the Tampon Tax: Mobilizing Policy Change in the US & the UK
Wednesday October 9, 2019; 8am EST
Speakers:
Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, Periodequity.org and the Brennan Center for Justice
Laura Coryton, Founder of Stop Taxing Periods


Changing the Norm: Mainstreaming Female Friendly Toilets
Wednesday November 13, 2019; 8am EST
Speakers:
Lea Jimera Acallar, Danish Red Cross (Bangladesh)
Tom Ogello, International Rescue Committee (Tanzania & DRC)
Annie Msosa, Water Aid Malawi (Malawi)


Menstrual Health: Unpacking Rights, Dignity and Agency
Tuesday December 10, 2019; 8am EST
Speakers:
Inga Winkler, Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University
TBD

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Re: The 'Period Posse Presents' 2020 Webinar Series Schedule Is Now Available! (menstrual health and hygiene)

The 2020 schedule of webinar topics for The Period Posse Presents webinar series is now available. The Period Posse Presents webinar brings together experts in menstrual health and hygiene from across research, policy and practice to discuss key emerging issues.



To register for webinars: www.mailman.columbia.edu/research/gate/p...sents-webinar-series
To join our mailing list: mailchi.mp/c07584da8353/pppwebinar
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Re: New Period Posse Presents Webinar on Jan 23rd: Addressing the menstrual needs of people with disabilities

Don't miss the first Period Posse Presents webinar of 2020 entitled: "Ensuring Accessibility: Addressing the Menstrual Needs of People with Disabilities."

Speakers: Jane Wilbur (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) and Megan Tucker (UNICEF)

Date: January 23rd at 8 AM EST

To Register: bit.ly/37MZYCP

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Re: New Period Posse Presents Webinar on Feb 13th : Family Planning & Menstruation: An Overlooked Agenda

Tune in for the latest The Period Posse Presents webinar for a discussion about the often overlooked links between family planning and menstruation on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13th at 8 AM EST // 1 PM GMT. To register, click here .

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Re: New Period Posse Presents Webinar on Feb 13th : Family Planning & Menstruation: An Overlooked Agenda

The speakers have a related publication, details below:

Title: Missed Opportunities: Menstruation Matters for Family Planning
Authors: Julie Hennegan, Amy O. Tsui and Marni Sommer
Journal: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health , Vol. 45 (2019), pp. 55-59
Available at: www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/10.1363/45e7919...20e25f099231f45a722a

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Re: Period Posse Presents Webinar: Monitoring Menstrual Health & Hygiene Progress on March 10!

Mark your calendars for the next The Period Posse Presents webinar! On March 10th we will be joined by Emory University's Bethany Caruso and WaterAid UK's Therese Mahon for a discussion on the measurement of menstrual health & hygiene progress globally! Sign up here: bit.ly/3c6qeLu

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