Fourth International Symposium
The Fourth International Symposium on Sexual Mutilations convened at the University of Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland on August 9-11, 1996.
- Aldeeb, Sami A. Doctor of Law.
- Demeo, James
- Diers, Didier and Xavier Valla
- Ellsworth, Barry
- Gallo, P. G., F. Vivani, M. Livio, R. Corsaro, F. De Cordova, G. Fortunato, S. Beccaccini, S. Hassan
- Landers, Mervyn
- Similarities in Attitudes and Misconceptions Toward Infant Male Circumcision and Female Genital Mutilation
- Odent, Michel
- Prescott, James
- Ashley Montagu Resolution to End the Genital Mutilation of Children Worldwide: a Petition to the World Court, The Hague
- Ras-Work, Berhane
- Toubia, Nahid, M.D.[a 1]
- Warren, John, M.B.
- Williams, George, M.B.
- Zavales, Anastasios
- Genital Mutilation & The United Nations: Male and Female Circumcision, Human Rights, & The Restoration of Spiritual Integrity & Freedom
- Zwang, Gerard
The proceeding of the Fourth Symposium on Sexual Mutilations have been published in Mutilations: A Human Tragedy, New York: Plenum Press, 1997 (ISBN 0-306-45589-7).
The Symposium was sponsored by the National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers.
- 1989: First International Symposium
- 1991: Second International Symposium
- 1994: Third International Symposium
- 1996: Fourth International Symposium
- 1998: Fifth International Symposium
- 2000: Sixth International Symposium
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- 2006: Ninth International Symposium
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- 2012: Twelfth International Symposium
- 2014: Thirteenth International Symposium
- 2016: Fourteenth International Symposium
- 2018: Fifteenth International Symposium
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