Lisääntymisen tulevaisuus – Reproductive futures
Reproductive futures is a project that aims to increase research on and diversify public discussion about reproduction and the apparent paradoxes of reproductive futures. We will focus on the paradoxes of reproductive futures by bringing together leading researchers and perspectives from the fields of – for example – bioethics, demography, gender studies, history and cultural sciences, science and technology studies, sociology, and legal studies. We will also advance dialogue between researchers, NGOs, politicians and journalists.
The project organizes events in which people from different societal sectors discuss the issues concerning reproduction from multiple angles. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay tuned!
Reproductive futures is funded by Finnish Cultural Foundation’s Argumenta funding. The project is coordinated by Tampere University. The researcher’s in the project are members of Finnish Reproductive Studies (FiReSNet) network. In collaboration with: Ilmiö, Monimuotoiset perheet, Perheyhteiskunta, University of eastern Finland.