On February 23, 2011 CHMP will host the second event in our Film & New Media series. MADE IN INDIA, a film by Rebecca Haimowitz and Vaishali Sinha, is about the journey of an infertile American couple, an Indian surrogate and the reproductive outsourcing business that brings them together. The film weaves together these personal stories within the context of a growing international industry and explores a complicated clash of families in crisis, reproductive technology, and choice from a global perspective.
The event honors the 55th UN Commission on the Status of Women (February 22-March 4) and will be held at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College. After the screening, the filmmakers, Dr. Carole Vance of Columbia University and CHMP Co-Director Barbara Glickstein will moderate a discussion about the issues the film raises, the media’s role in reporting the growing phenomena of outsourcing surrogacy and how we can advocate for the health and human rights of the women involved.
Screening Info (link to the event page):
MADE IN INDIA: screening & discussion
February 23, 2011 – 6pm
ROOSEVELT HOUSE AT HUNTER COLLEGE
47-49 East 65th Street (between Park & Madison)
Event is FREE, but please RSVP: CHMP@hunter.cuny.edu