When: 30th July, 2.00-3.00pm (IST)
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Organised by DSAI Post Graduate Studies.
Kirsty Nash whose research on ‘Breaking the Stigma: Why Menstrual health and Hygiene is Critical to the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals’ will open conversations on the cultural and religious taboos surrounding menstruation, efforts that have been made to address menstruation as a development issue, and it’s relevance to the SDG’s.
Kirsty Nash recently graduated from BSc International Development & Food Policy at UCC, and has been accepted to MSc Global Health Policy in the University of Edinburgh this September.
All are welcome.