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Reproductive Sociology Research Group


The Reproductive Justice Research Network is a platform dedicated to research, discussion and debate on a host of topics related to reproductive justice, within a global, transnational context. The Reproductive Justice Research Network is an interdisciplinary endeavour and will be convened by researchers from the Department of Sociology, as well as from the Department of Social Anthropology, at the University of Cambridge. The network will entail a series of seminars, reading groups and events, with a host of invited speakers, including prominent academics in the field as well as practitioners and activists working in the area of reproductive health and justice worldwide. The Reproductive Justice Research Network is affiliated and supported by the Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc) and SRI-Reproduction.

For more information please read our blog posts: An Introduction to the Reproductive Justice Research Network and Disability, Decoloniality and Displacement: Exploring Reproductive (In)Justices with the Reproductive Justice Research Network.

Information regarding upcoming events is available on the network’s Facebook and Twitter pages and all events will be streamed on our YouTube Channel.



Upcoming Events






Previous Events



The Role of Black Feminism and Anti-Racism in the Quest for Reproductive Justice

with Dána-Ain Davis

3 March 2022, 4 - 5:30 pm



Reproductive Justice: Geographies of Abortion

with Cordelia Freeman, Sydney Calkin and Francesca Moore

24 February 2022, 4 - 5.30 pm




Eugenics and the Quest for Reparative Justice: The Swiss Case

with Veronique Mottier

19 January 2022, 4 - 5:30 pm




Displacement, Maternity, and Reproductive Justice

with Lucy Lowe

17 November 2021, 4 - 5:30 pm




What is the Difference Between Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Justice?

with Kalpana Wilson

3 November 2021, 4 - 5:30 pm