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Ending Gender-Based Violence with Professor Goodman and Getting into Journalism Early On by Momina - Shared screen with speaker view
Lucas Chu
26:42
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Catelyn Yam (Organizer)
34:33
Please check this out for more info and resources!Gender-Based Violence: How can we reduce violence against women, especially as it’s been intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic?https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CaOkUovnqtMUMGV4d0Q6GLY2SmfpkKzBLViyrg0USSg/edit
Benie K (Economic Equity)- She/her/hers
35:45
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Benie K (Economic Equity)- She/her/hers
35:45
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Avalon Monti- Criminal Justice
42:15
Could another barrier to be considered be that the patient/family might not trust a outside/ foreign physician?
Adu Shivaram
47:03
One thing that I think about is doctors refusing to treat people who can’t pay the bills. In many of these developing countries, doctors are trying to make money too and without the healthcare from the government what if they just refuse.
Arin
47:40
There's also issues in third world countries surrounding quack doctors - I know in India it's a big problem
Fahima Begum
50:31
Amazing points and case examples! it’s making me think a lot about barriers to effective policy
Adu Shivaram
50:50
Another issue I think of is the stigma around rape victims who have forced pregnancies. In these countries, especially India, they are outcasts and often don’t receive support from their families. Does this play into the lack of care that many women receive.
Surti, Vidya H
51:48
As someone who has family from this area, I’ve seen this happen but primarily due to a lack of education in terms of how health works
Benie K (Economic Equity)- She/her/hers
55:22
I think war is a huge factor of this structural violence. Some of these countries while suffering from the pandemic, they are also suffering from civil wars that are forcing so many of them to be internally and externally displaced. This really limits their chances of receiving quality basic needs.
Kathleen Nguyen
01:13:21
Thank you so much for the wonderful presentation!
Avalon Monti- Criminal Justice
01:13:21
thank you! this was wonderful and extremely informative
Alysson Farris
01:13:23
Thank you so much!
Tyra Gravesande
01:13:26
I would like to add to Dr. Goodman’s points!
Anabil | Public Health
01:13:27
!! That was an amazing session
Mila Ho
01:13:29
thank you!
Selina Liu
01:13:31
Thank you
Elizabeth
01:13:33
Thank you so much!
Jane Vu (Technology)
01:13:34
Thank you!!
Bruny Alonso Orama
01:14:11
Thank you so much for your time. This was great.
Gülce Aydın (she/her)
01:15:03
Thank you so much for this wonderful and informative presentation!
Benie K (Economic Equity)- She/her/hers
01:20:24
The US just joined about 30 other nations who have signed on to the anti-abortion declaration. This is a decision that was mostly made by world leaders who are neither physicians or women. How do you think this will influence the scale of progress made so far in terms of women's reproductive right and body autonomy. Although the declaration is non-binding, we know how funds and aid can be used as a collateral to get poor countries to follow their lead. So with this, how do activists react this ongoing international coalition against women's right?
Tyra Gravesande
01:22:29
Does Dr. Goodman have contact information?
Benie K (Economic Equity)- She/her/hers
01:22:45
Thank You!
Emilia Zakrzewska
01:23:01
Thank you for this!
Laísa Nakamura
01:23:05
Thank you!! It was amazing!!
Zoë Zizzo (she/her)
01:23:07
Thank you!!
Ella Francia
01:23:10
Thank you!
Christine Ibrahim Puri
01:23:11
Thanks so much ! So great
Akili Stone
01:23:13
Thank you!