Promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights globally

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ABOUT US

Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights globally. 

At the heart of Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) is an INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL with global relevance. The Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters Journal is a multidisciplinary, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. The journal explores emerging, strategic, as well as neglected and marginalised issues across the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights.

SRHM, however, is MORE THAN A JOURNAL. It creates and participates in spaces that motivate improvements in research, policy, services and practice. It contributes to capacity building in knowledge generation. SRHM inspires new rights-based thinking and action in the field of SRHR through various strategic approaches, and through multi-disciplinary global and local partnerships.

We have a presence in London, Geneva and Cape Town, and work with regional partners in Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Peru, and Russia to promote the dissemination of our publications in seven languages.

In February 2019, Reproductive Health Matters (RHM) became Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) as it continues to build on 25 years of gender and rights-based research, policy, political analysis and advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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SRHM Latest Publications

Editorial

Editorial

Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters - What's in a name?

Research Article

Research Article

“Child marriage” in context: exploring local attitudes towards early marriage in rural Tanzania

Research Article

Research Article

“You must first save her life”: community perceptions towards induced abortion and post-abortion care in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Research in brief

Research in brief

Prevalence, attitudes and knowledge of misoprostol for self-induction of abortion in women presenting for abortion at Midwestern reproductive health clinics

Research article

Research article

Confronting racism in family planning: a critical ethnography of Roma health mediation

Research article

Research article

Influences on the decision to use contraception among Sarawakian women with diabetes: a qualitative exploration

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