- William Doo Auditorium
- U of T Community Event
- March 15, 2018 from 9:30am to 4:30pm
The goal of the symposium is to bring together community youth and university students to share their research and artistic pieces on youth sexual health. In the current political climate, this year’s symposium will provide a crucial forum for solidarity and resistance. During the symposium, students, youth, academics, policymakers, and community members working in or interested in these fields will be given the opportunity to network and engage in each other’s’ work. We encourage students from all disciplines to present research “in progress,” test out ideas for a thesis or dissertation proposal or present original research and/or artistic pieces.
We are interested in work that includes but is not limited to:
Social justice and sexual and reproductive rights
HIV prevention, sexual and reproductive health
Trans and intersex sexual health inclusion
Indigenous and two-spirit sexual health access
Youth focused access and education initiatives
Community based and participatory methodologies and alternative pedagogies that promote youth involvement and empowerment.
LGBTQ2SA inclusive sexual health
Intersectional approaches to equity and the social determinants of sexual health for youth
Globalization, migration, and sexual health
Structural violence and reproductive justice
Colonialism and sexuality
Neoliberalism and sexual health inequities
Sexual health education work and strategies
Disability and sexual health
Preserving sexual health and reproductive rights in the Trump Era
Click here if you are interested in submitting an Abstract or Poster
Keynote Talk: Native Youth Sexual Health Network
Keynote Performance: SExT (Sex Education by Theatre)
This is a FREE and PUBLIC symposium.
Please register by March 9, 2018
For registration and other inquiries, please email: email@example.com
This event is wheelchair accessible and LGBTQ2SA friendly.
Sponsors: Gendering Adolescent AIDS Prevention (GAAP) – EMPOWER – Planned Parenthood Toronto – Women and Gender Studies Institute & New College, UofT