Ethics in a cultural context: Situating surrogate labour as an exploitative practice” KCL/UCL Colloquium with Prof Bronwyn Parry February 4th

We are delighted to announce the new event of the KCL/UCL Colloquium which will take place next Thursday, 4th February 2016. Professor Bronwyn Parry, Department of Social Science Health & Medicine,  will give a paper titled“Ethics in a cultural context: Situating surrogate labour as an exploitative practice”.

surrogacyWhen: 4:00 pm -530 pm seminar

Where: KCL Waterloo Campus, Franklin-Wilkins Building, F-WB1.16

 
Please note that the talk will take place on the Waterloo Campus, not the Strand Campus as usual. 

You can read Prof Bronwyn Parry’s opinion piece on “May the surrogate speak?” for Open Democracy here:

https://www.opendemocracy.net/beyondslavery/bronwn-parry/may-surrogate-speak 

For inquiries about the seminar series please contact Dr Annette Rid: annette.rid@kcl.ac.uk

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