NEW ISSUE NOW ONLINE: Self-care interventions and rights-based access
This new journal issue examines opportunities, challenges and progress using a multidisciplinary lens, striving to identify threads across self-care interventions so as to build and strengthen good practices for evidence generation and action that improves the sexual and reproductive health, lives and rights of all.
SRHM 2020 ANNUAL REPORT: A look back at what we achieved last year
SRHM’s vision statement – a world in which SRHR are recognised as fundamental human rights and matters of social justice – is perhaps more relevant today than ever before. As this Annual Report testifies, we are committed to creating the change needed to achieve our vision and to advancing the progress of rights and evidence-based action for SRHR.
NEW EPISODE: Rights-based SRHR research: concepts, principles and methodologies
In this first episode of a series on rights-based research and knowledge creation, SRHM Chief Executive, Eszter Kismődi, speaks with three leading experts in the field and together they define the important concept of rights-based research. The podcast is available on all major channels including Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, and Spotify.
LATEST BLOG: Sexual happiness & disability: making fulfilling sex accessible for all
In this blog, the authors argue that sexuality is a human right and we need to equip communities with the knowledge, tools and support required to ensure that when people encounter disability, they are still able to enjoy fulfilling and pleasurable sex lives. Access to sexual education is key, yet it often fails to be inclusive and lacks disabled representation.