Ruspini, E. (2018). Law and Policy Review Italy (Trans Pregnancy Policy Review) [Working paper].

Law and Policy Review Italy (Trans Pregnancy Policy Review)

Ruspini, E
2018

Working paper
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Scientifica
Trans Pregnancy.An International Exploration of Transmasculine Practices of Reproduction Law and Policy Review Italy, by Elisabetta Ruspini University of Milano-Bicocca, April 2018
LGBT Rights; Legal Protections for LGBT People; Trans Pregnancy; Italy
English
An International Exploration of Transmasculine Practices of Reproduction This project represents the first international study to address the sociological and health care implications of the reproductive practices of people who become pregnant and/or give birth after transitioning. The project will consider the impact of advances in science and technology for transmasculine people who become pregnant and give birth, exploring issues of access to new reproductive technologies in relation to different welfare regimes. The central aim of this project is to provide an in-depth understanding of the feelings, experiences and health care needs of transmasculine people (including trans men and non-binary individuals) who wish to, or become, pregnant. Funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), this 3 year project runs from April 2017- April 2020. Headed by Dr. Sally Hines as Principle Investigator (University of Leeds, UK), the project has an international team of researchers. Co-Investigators include Dr. Carla Pfeffer (University of South Carolina, US); Dr. Damien Riggs (Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia), Dr. Elisabetta Ruspini (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy) and Dr. Francis Ray White (University of Westminster, UK); they are also supported by Dr. Ruth Pearce (University of Leeds, UK).
Ruspini, E. (2018). Law and Policy Review Italy (Trans Pregnancy Policy Review) [Working paper].
Ruspini, E
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