On International Women’s Day, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) recognizes the great strides that have been achieved in securing sexual and reproductive rights for women but also gives recognition to the fragility of these gains and the urgent and ongoing need to continue to fight for those rights.
IN A WORLD WHERE SOCIAL JUSTICE AND SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS ARE IN JEOPARDY, WE MUST CONSTANTLY FOCUS ATTENTION ON THE VOICES OF THOSE WHO ARE LEFT BEHIND.
With your support, SRHM will continue to allow women to voice their experiences and their views through our peer-reviewed, international journal and help us to support new and emerging authors globally.
FEATURED ARTICLES FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2019
Beyond measurement: the drivers of disrespect and abuse in obstetric care
Gita Sen,Bhavya Reddy &Aditi Iyer
Criminal law and the risk of harm: a commentary on the impact of criminal laws on sexual and reproductive health, sexual conduct and key populations
Veronica Birga, Luisa Cabal, Lucinda O’Hanlon & Christina Zampas
Navigating stigma, survival, and sex in contexts of social inequity among young transgender women and sexually diverse men in Kingston, Jamaica
Carmen H. Logie, Alex Abramovich, Nicole Schott, et al.
The 2018 Inter-agency field manual on reproductive health in humanitarian settings: revising the global standards
Angel M. Foster, Dabney P. Evans, Melissa Garcia, et al.
Let’s talk about sex work in humanitarian settings: piloting a rights-based approach to working with refugee women selling sex in Kampala
Jennifer S. Rosenberg & Denis Bakomeza
The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its take on sexuality
Felipe Jaramillo Ruiz