The Hungarian Ban on Gender Studies and its Implications for Democratic Freedom

On October 12, 2018, the Hungarian government officially removed Gender Studies Masters and PhD degrees from the list of accredited subjects in the country. The government also issued a decree rescinding the accreditation and funding for Gender Studies programs at two Hungarian universities, Eötvös Loránd University (a state-run school) and Central European University (also known as […]

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The Use of Child Protective Services and Court Orders to Enforce Medical Compliance in the Labor and Delivery Room: How Threats of Legal Action Limit Reproductive Choice

The Use of Child Protective Services and Court Orders to Enforce Medical Compliance in the Labor and Delivery Room: How Threats of Legal Action Limit Reproductive Choice by Alexa Richardson Competent adults have a legally recognized right to complete control over health decisions that involve their bodily autonomy.[1] However, when patients make decisions during labor […]

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Responsible Resource Development: A Strategic Plan to Consider Social and Cultural Impacts of Tribal Extractive Industry Development

Responsible Resource Development: A Strategic Plan to Consider Social and Cultural Impacts of Tribal Extractive Industry Development Carla F. Fredericks, Kate Finn, Erica Gajda, and Jesse Heibel* Click here for a PDF of the entire paper. Abstract This paper presents a strategic, solution-based plan as a companion to our recent article published in the Harvard […]

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