12 September 2019 from 12:00 to 13:30

Gender and Diversity Hub’s Brown Bag Conversations

Policing gender and diversity: examining the role of criminal and healthcare policies

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You are warmly invited to the Gender and Diversity Hub’s Brown Bag Conversation.

12:00-12:10 – Walk in, meet & greet and collection of lunch
12.10-12.15 – Opening by the Gender and Diversity Hub team
12:15-12:20 – Introduction of the panel
Chair: Francesca Manzi Cembrano, researcher, Social, Health and Organizational Psychology
12:20-12:35Risk behaviour, population or identity? How China responds to male homosexuality in the context of its three decades of HIV/AIDS governance
Zhipeng Sun, PhD candidate, Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
12.35-12.50Revelling on risk: haphazard reactions to stigmatization
Mr. Vassilis Gerasopoulos, Researcher in Criminology, Utrecht Center for Regulation and Enforcement in Europe (RENFORCE),  Willem Pompe Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology
12.50-13.25 – Q&A, panel discussion and interactive discussion with the audience
13.25-13.30 – Closure

Foto: Donna van Rosmalen

About the Gender and Diversity Hub

The main aim of the Gender and Diversity Hub is to serve as a platform for stakeholders to (1) access the multidisciplinary expertise of UU scholars in gender, diversity and processes of in- and exclusion, and (2) to join forces with societal partners in solving complex gender and diversity issues and develop strategies for the implementation of diversity in order to achieve societal inclusion and change. The Hub is chaired by Rosemarie Buikema (Humanities), Belle Derks (Social sciences) and Linda Senden (Law) and coordinated by Dr. Francesca Manzi (Social Sciences), Rosa Wevers (Humanities) and Raphaële Xenidis (Law). For more information, please visit the Gender and Diversity Hub’s website.

Start date and time
12 September 2019 12:00
End date and time
12 September 2019 13:30
Entrance fee
Free