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About Cecilia Sardenberg

Cecilia Sardenberg is a Brazilian feminist, academic and activist. She is the director and a founding member of the Nucleus of Interdisciplinary Women's Studies (NEIM) at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA).

Articles by Cecilia Sardenberg

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Brazilian feminists on the alert

Brazilian feminists have made steady progress at both national and regional levels with establishing sexual and reproductive rights, and they have an important stake in the discussions at this year’s UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Cecilia Sardenberg calls on them to be alert against retrogressive steps

The right to abortion: briefing from Brazil

A long campaign by feminists in Brazil to reform the country's highly restrictive abortion laws is facing strong opposition from Catholic and conservative groups, says Cecilia Sardenberg.

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