Leni Linthout receives the James Trussell Award for Young Scientists
On May 26th Leni Linthout (ICRH Belgium) presented one of the key findings of the INHeRE project to improve holistic care for migrant victims of sexual violence.
This at the 16th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health in Ghent (Belgium). For this presentation, she received the James Trussell Award for Young Scientists, acknowledging the hard work of the whole project team and giving hope to push forward the promotion of sexual and reproductive health of migrants, all over the world.
For more information on the INHeRE project, and to access the capacity-building tools and trainings: https://bit.ly/2ZPLWlm
Prof. Ines Keygnaert wins Lucien De Coninck 2020 Prize
The Lucien De Coninck Prize is a prize that is awarded every two years. It goes to the person who combines high-quality scientific research with humanistic and liberal inspired social engagement.
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