Trans-generations: trans history, health, and politics in Montréal and beyond

Série : Cafés scientifiques des IRSC - CIHR 2016

Trans-generations explore questions of trans politics, health, and history. A range of academic and community-based panelists share their expertise and answer questions on transgender history in Montréal and beyond, intergenerational bridge-building, differences and similarities in issues facing trans youth and older trans people, and changes in political, legal, and health-related contexts for trans people over time. Trans-generations seeks to connect these questions through a broad and holistic engagement with trans histories, politics, and health, in a welcoming venue where specialists share their work in order to encourage discussion. The event approaches Trans as a term that includes a wide range of transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming identities.

Production : Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada, section Québec

Année de Production : 2016

Durée : 60 min

Thématique abordée


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