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Sunday, June 16 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
TABOO TALK | Baby-making: what’s love got to do with it?

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TABOO TALK | Whether for medical, mechanical, or social reasons, the path to parenthood is rarely simple and raises many complex religious, existential, and psychological issues. But what can we learn about family, parenting, identity, feminism, and our culture generally when we break some of the taboos that stop us talking about reproductive challenges? Our panelists will reflect on their own personal journeys through infertility, IVF, and stillbirth as they explore how reproductive issues should be discussed in contemporary Jewish communities and beyond.

These ‘taboo talks’ aim to create a space for brave, difficult conversations about complicated human experiences—sex, baby-making, illness, ageing—that may feature in our lives. Come with an open mind and leave with a new perspective.

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Dalit Kaplan

Storyteller & impact entrepeneur
Dalit is a storyteller, impact entrepreneur, and occasional lawyer. She is the founder of Storywell, an organisation that teaches storytelling to impact-oriented individuals and organisations and engages in impact investing with Just World Investments. In another life she was a lawyer... Read More →

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Sarah Charak

Sarah studied Tanach, Talmud and Jewish philosophy at Midreshet Lindenbaum in Jerusalem, and then history and law at the University of Sydney. Her Honours thesis analysed the impact of the White Australia policy on Australian Jewish identity and community in the 1880s-1920s. She has... Read More →
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Nikki Jankelowitz

Nikki is co-founder of Centred Meditation, a corporate meditation business with a drop-in studio in Sydney’s CBD. She is an Ayurvedic practitioner, is currently completing her Psychology degree, has worked as Hillel director at The Shalom Institute, and facilitated leadership programs... Read More →
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Lesley Andrews

Dr Andrews heads the Prince of Wales Hereditary Cancer Clinic and is a Board member of Wolper Hospital and the Australian Jewish Fertility Network. Lesley represents the Wolper Community Genetics Program, which tests Jewish students and couples for genetic traits that may result in... Read More →

Sunday June 16, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Room 8

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