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lunchtime seminar: Why is genital cutting so controversial? Female genital mutilation abandonment and forced male circumcision as cultural rights issues in Kenya today

Dates
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 13:00 to 15:00
Location
Oak Seminar room, Block C

Joint Ferguson Centre-Innovation Knowledge and Development (IKD) lunchtime seminar: Why is genital cutting so controversial? Female genital mutilation abandonment and forced male circumcision as cultural rights issues in Kenya today
12.00-14.00, Wednesday 18th October 2017
Oak Seminar room, Block C

Dr Lotte Hughes (Ferguson Centre, History) and Dr Mark Lamont will present papers based on case studies carried out for the ESRC-funded project ‘Cultural Rights and Kenya’s New Constitution’ (2014-17) in which they were, respectively, PI and Research Associate. See seminar abstract.