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Gender, Health, & Surveillance in India - A Panel Discussion

Posted by Aayush Rathi and Ambika Tandon at Dec 23, 2020 01:55 PM |
Women and LGBTHIAQ-identifying persons face intensive and varied forms of surveillance as they access reproductive health systems. Increasingly, these systems are also undergoing rapid digitisation. The panel was set-up to discuss the discursive, experiential and policy implications of these data-intensive developments on access to public health and welfare systems by women and LGBTHIAQ-identifying persons in India. The panelists presented studies undertaken as part of two projects at CIS, one of which is supported by Privacy International, UK, and the other by Big Data for Development network established by International Development Research Centre, Canada.

 

Event note and agenda: Read (PDF)

Recording of the discussion: Watch (YouTube)


 

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