Sexual and reproductive health and rights in the era of COVID-19

Editorial

COVID-19: What implications for sexual and reproductive health and rights globally?
Julia Hussein

Commentaries

Abortion in the context of COVID-19: a human rights imperative
Jaime Todd-Gher & Payal K Shah

The reproductive health fall-out of a global pandemic
Julie G Thorne, Marie Buitendyk, Righa Wawuda, et al.

Perspectives from a webinar: COVID-19 and sexual and reproductive health and rights
Jessica MacKinnon & Alexane Bremshey

Intersectionality as a lens to the COVID-19 pandemic: implications for sexual and reproductive health in development and humanitarian contexts
Michelle Lokot & Yeva Avakyan

Reproductive health under COVID-19 – challenges of responding in a global crisis
Kathryn Church, Jennifer Gassner & Megan Elliott

Access to later abortion in the United States during COVID-19: challenges and recommendations from providers, advocates, and researchers
Samantha Ruggiero, Kristyn Brandi, Alice Mark, et al.

Abortion in the time of COVID-19: Perspectives from Malta
Liza Caruana-Finkel

Impact of COVID-19 on family planning services in India
Kranti Suresh Vora, Shahin Saiyed & Senthilkumar Natesan

COVID-19 as a risk factor for obstetric violence
Michelle Sadler, Gonzalo Leiva & Ibone Olza

Accountability for SRHR in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
Marta Schaaf, Victoria Boydell, Sara Van Belle, et al.

Why self-managed abortion is so much more than a provisional solution for times of pandemic
Mariana Prandini Assis & Sara Larrea

Health systems recovery from COVID-19: a window of opportunity for (in)fertility care
Clara Affun-Adegbulu, Nandini D. P. Sarkar, Ibukun-Oluwa Omolade Abejirinde, et al.

Bleeding during the pandemic: the politics of menstruation
Nuzrath Jahan

Sexual and gender minority adolescents must be prioritised during the global COVID-19 public health response
Jessica DeMulder, Cara Kraus-Perrotta & Hussain Zaidi

The ramifications of COVID-19 on maternal health in Kenya
Cynthia Khamala Wangamati & Johanne Sundby

Invest in health and uphold rights to “build back better” after COVID-19
Helen Clark & Anna Gruending

Transactional sex in the wake of COVID-19: sexual and reproductive health and rights of the forcibly displaced
Lauren Jacobson, Alexandra Regan, Shirin Heidari, et al.

Relics of imperialism: US foreign policy on abortion in the COVID era
Patty Skuster, Ram Chandra Khanal & Ernest Nyamato

Misoprostol in the era of COVID-19: a love letter to the original medical abortion pill
Ruvani T. Jayaweera, Heidi Moseson & Caitlin Gerdts

Virtual and essential – adolescent SRHR in the time of COVID-19
Priya Nanda, Sahil Tandon & Aarushi Khanna

A call to action: documenting and sharing solutions and adaptations in sexual, reproductive, maternal and newborn health care provision during the COVID-19 pandemic
Lenka Benova, Nandini D. P. Sarkar, Luther-King O. Fasehun, et al.

Protecting women: new domestic violence countermeasures for COVID-19 in Japan
Tomoko Suga

Applications of the High Impact Practices in Family Planning during COVID-19
Alexandria K. Mickler, Maria A. Carrasco, Laura Raney, et al.

Obstacles and opportunities: a qualitative study of the experiences of abortion centre staff with abortion care during the first COVID-19 lockdown in Flanders, Belgium
Leen De Kort, Edwin Wouters & Sarah Van de Velde

“Other risks don’t stop”: adapting a youth sexual and reproductive health intervention in Zimbabwe during COVID-19
Constance R. S. Mackworth-Young, Constancia Mavodza, Rangarirayi Nyamwanza, et al.

The impact of COVID-19 lockdown on abortion care: a time series analysis of data from Marie Stopes Nepal
Corrina Horan, Melissa Palmer, Raman Shrestha, et al.

A qualitative exploration of how the COVID-19 pandemic shaped experiences of self-managed medication abortion with accompaniment group support in Argentina, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Venezuela
Chiara Bercu, Sofia Filippa, Ruvani Jayaweera, et al.

Understanding changes made to reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services in Pakistan during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study
Mahesh Paudel, Ayesha Leghari, Ahsan Maqbool Ahmad, et al.

Chelsea B. Polis, Ann Biddlecom, Susheela Singh, et al.

Yiu Tung Suen, Eliz Miu Yin Wong & Randolph C. H. Chan