Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) globally.
At the heart of SRHM is an INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL with global relevance. Our journal is a multidisciplinary, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. It explores emerging, strategic, as well as neglected and marginalised issues across the field of SRHR.
SRHM is also 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.
A world in which sexual and reproductive health and rights are recognized as fundamental human rights and matters of social justice; and in which the sexual and reproductive health needs are addressed and rights of people are fully respected, protected and fulfilled without discrimination of any kind.
To inspire, create, disseminate and advance evidence and rights based knowledge, build capacity, and engage in collaborative action for political, policy and service delivery globally, regionally and locally on sexual and reproductive health and rights.
SRHM strives to be a strong and sustainable organisation that manifests its commitment to evidence-informed, global collaborative and human rights values in all its operations.
With evolution in the field and a range of SRHR issues emerging, we expanded our scope to address universal SRHR for women, men and transgender people regardless of age or sexual orientation.
In 2019, Reproductive Health Matters changed its name to Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM). Founding Director and Editor, Marge Berer, led RHM since its inception until 2015 when she handed over responsibilities to Shirin Heidari. In 2017 Shirin handed over her responsibilities to Julia Hussein as Editor-in-Chief and Eszter Kismodi as Chief Executive.