Examining Sex Selective Abortion
Presented by Pallavi Trikutam
This Institute for Social Change webinar provides a background on the issue of sex-selective abortion in India, which has increased in recent years. Pallavi Trikutam, a SISGI Program and Research Spring 2011 Intern, provides information on the interventions that could be used to address this issue and facilitates a discussion on current and potential solutions.
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The accompanying slides are available here.
Pallavi Trikutam is a Spring 2011 SISGI Group Program and Research Intern and an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley. She is a psychology and political science double major, with a minor in public policy. Her coursework has focused on policy analysis, enabling her to look more closely at issues surrounding child development and reproductive health. Pallavi has worked with several nonprofit organizations, learning more about the nuances of health policies and initiatives. During her time with the SISGI Group, Pallavi will has researched maternal, infant, and child health issues, as well as water security.
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