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Workshop: The Baby Gaga Saga: Regulation of Human Products and the Politics of Breastfeeding

8 Mar, 12 | by David Hunter

Posted on behalf of Sorcha Uí Chonnachtaigh.

All are welcome to our multi-disciplinary workshop on the regulation of human breast milk and the ethics and politics of breastfeeding! Please circulate the programme and information below to anyone who may be interested.

The Baby Gaga Saga: Regulation of Human Products and the Politics of Breastfeeding

1-5pm, 26 March 2012
Gender, Sexuality & Law Research Group
School of Law, Keele University

1300 Lunch
Get to know fellow participants

1330 Session I
Regulating Human Products: Breast Milk as a Human Product
Kate Boyer (Southampton), Matthew Hyde (Imperial), Tanya Cassidy (NUI Maynooth) *screencast, Lynda Coulter, MBE (Countess of Chester NHS Milk Bank).

1445 Break

1515 Session II
The Ethics and Politics of Breastfeeding
Emma Head (Keele), Charlotte Faircloth (Kent), David Hunter (Birmingham), Angela Cartwright (Mom2Mom, Stoke), Jane Chelliah (UK Outlaw Mothers).

1630 Closing Session
Common themes, future directions

There is no fee for attending the workshop but registration is required (for catering purposes). Please email Sorcha Uí Chonnachtaigh at bfwkeele@gmail.com for further information or to register (please also let us know of special dietary requirements).

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