WEB SITE ON REPRODUCTIVE
TECHNOLOGIES, GENDER AND HEALTH
The Global Reproductive Health Forum (GRHF), a valuable internet source for information
on reproductive technologies, gender, and health-- located at http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/grhf -- has now been completely revamped
in order to provide even easier access to original research and discussion.
Our new site incorporates a more user friendly and navigable format, enabling access
to expanded databases with additional research on all our topics. Some of our site's
exciting features include a new reproductive technologies Web at http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/rt21 , as well as original in-depth
research from our South Asia project, http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/grhf-asia, on contraceptive
technologies, amniocentsis, and discourses of population control.
We have also added new electronic e-zines. Our second issue of Re/Productions covers
sex trafficking, the body, representation, and the trade of prostitution and globalization.
But do not distress, all your old favorite characteristics are still part of our
site. Our goal remains to have an extensive comprehensive project that disseminates
all the new information continuously reformulating and challenging notions of sexed
bodies, identity, gender, biological technology, health, and gender politics in the
All our old libraries as well as our emerging research is still conveniently accessible
in our extensive archive of on-line information in such fields as:
- Gender, Biology and technology
- Reproductive Rights
- HIV/AIDS and other STDs and RTIs
- Emerging Reproductive Technologies -Biomedical information pertaining to Reproductive
- Population Politics
- Gender and Notions of Development
Most importantly, GRHF main function is still to serve as an open forum for discussion
and debate on health and gender for all users, whether they are activists, scholars,
or inquisitive surfers. Central to our ideology is the exchange of ideas, information
and research. Your feedback, input and participation are invaluable. We encourage
you to submit your research articles and viewpoints so we can continue to provide
the important discussion and information that define this web-site.
All submissions to our main web-site or our regional websites can be submitted by
emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more information on our project, please contact us at the above
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