IRWG panel discussion of the recent Supreme Court case, including implications for the future of abortion access across the states and reproductive rights and justice in the U.S. more broadly.
Last month, Professor Elizabeth Campbell spoke about misconceptions, research gaps, the various experiences and complex needs of survivors of trafficking, in a webinar sponsored by IRWG’s Initiative on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment.
Profile of Dr. Katharine McCabe's research on the intersections of law, policy, and reproductive health.
This conversation brings together experts in LGBTQ law, politics, health, and transgender rights to reflect on Bostock v. Clayton County, GA, the recent ruling from the Supreme Court affirming that Title VII employment discrimination law covers sexual orientation and gender identity under sex discrimination.
IRWG researchers are looking at consumer- and patient-side insurance problems and barriers in areas such as women’s health, transgender health, contraception and abortion coverage, opioid addiction treatment coverage, and mental health coverage, and how these events drive life chances and economic circumstances among the insured population.
Two-year NSF-funded study led by Anna Kirkland to examine the implementation and understanding of the Affordable Care Act's Section 1557, which bans sex discrimination by health care providers. The study will focus on health care employees who are responsible for implemeting the new regulations and receiving complaints.