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, Brianne Lewis,Caitlin Bernard & Rachel F. Spitzer

Perspectives from a webinar: COVID-19 and sexual and reproductive health and rights
Jessica MacKinnon and 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, Maureen Paul, Matthew F. Reeves, Odile Schalit, Kelly Blanchard, Katherine Key & Sruthi Chandrasekaran

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, Derick W Brinkerhoff & Asha George

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