March 31st at USC: Gender-Transformative Health Programming with Men

March 31:The Promises & Limitations of Gender-Transformative Health Programming with Men | USC Global Health Lecture Series

 

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
TCC 450 – The Forum
Ronald Tutor Campus Center 
University Park Campus
University of Southern California
Lunch provided

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Shari
L. Dworkin, Ph.D., M.S.

Professor, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, UC San Francisco School of Nursing
Affiliated Faculty, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
Affiliated Faculty, Global Health Sciences M.S. Program

Since the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, researchers and practitioners have been trying to shift health programming with men from
gender-neutral to more gender-sensitive—and transformative. In this lecture UC San Francisco Professor Dr. Shari Dworkin will assess how social science has contributed to gender-transformative global health interventions with men. She will assess the empirical
evidence, examine challenges and limitations and make recommendations for future work in this thriving interdisciplinary area of study.

This lecture is co-hosted by the
USC Institute for Global Health
,

USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights
,

USC Dornsife Gender Studies Program
and

USC Dornsife Center for Feminist Research