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ICPD+15: status of SRHR in asia

Published in 2011

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Monitoring is political. It challenges the monopoly on information and decision-making, which is a critical component of the power imbalance between the state and civil society. It invests civil society with the understanding of what needs to be done, compares it with what governments have committed to do, looks deeply into what is and what […]

reclaiming & redefining rights – pathways to universal access to reproductive health care in asia

Published in 2011

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Reclaiming and Redefining Rights. Thematic Studies Series 2: Pathways to Universal Access to Reproductive Health Care in Asia. Each of the four case studies begin with a general background of the country, which provides an overview of the health sector and its system, especially in its financing, followed by traversing the history of privatisation as well as progress […]

a review of MDGs & SRHR – annotated bibliography

Published in 2010

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In the year 2000, governments from 189 countries signed the Millennium Declaration, thereby informally agreeing to achieve the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015 that were finalised later and outlined in the Road Map towards the Implementation of the United Nations Millennium Declaration. The MDGs, a blueprint to global development, resolved to eradicate extreme […]

repoliticizing sexual and reproductive health and rights

Published in 2010

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In June 2008, a group of long-time activists and researchers in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) came together in London, UK for a brief (1.5 day) meeting organized by Reproductive Health Matters (RHM). The subject of the meeting was the state of the sexual and reproductive health and rights field/movement. […]

MDG 5 in asia: progress, gaps and challenges (chinese)

Published in 2010

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In September 2000, the Millennium Declaration endorsed by the heads of State and Government across the world, resolved to reduce maternal mortality by three quarters, of their current rates.1 In addition, as part of the 2005 World Summit Outcome heads of State, committed to achieve universal access to reproductive health by 2015, as set out […]

making a difference: improving women’s SRHR in south asia

Published in 2010

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The Women’s Health and Rights Advocacy Partnership (WHRAP) emerged from ARROW’s Strategic Planning Meeting with partners held in 2001, where they identified the need to build a regional advocacy partnership in order to be more effective at both national and international venues of advocacy. The first realization of this vision was in the establishment of […]

the women and health section of the beijing platform for action

Published in 2010

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The Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) asserts the human rights of women to have control over and decide freely and responsibly on matters related to their sexuality, including sexual and reproductive health , free of coercion, discrimination and violence.2 The BPfA calls upon the governments to support and implement the commitments made in the Programme […]

climate change, population, SRHR – annotated bibliography

Published in 2010

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Climate change is a serious challenge facing human society today. It is not just an environmental issue, as it affects every aspect of our social, economic, political and cultural lives. Ever since the publication of the fourth United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s report (2007), climate change has risen in priority on the global […]

understanding the critical linkages between gender-based violence and SRHR: fulfilling commitments towards MDG+15

Published in 2010

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The Asia-Pacific region is home to more than 60% of the world’s population and is a culturally, economically and politically diverse region. Gender disparities persist in access to health, access to sexual and reproductive health and services, education, employment and income, political participation and within the family. The outcomes are significantly worse for women and […]

arrow for change – MDGs: a critical look and some proposals for the post-2015 development framework

Published in 2010

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In the year 2000, governments around the world re-committed to the ideas of universal development and that no human being should be left behind. Out of the Millennium Declaration emerged the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which were to encapsulate these global aspirations and achievements into what could be considered key performance indicators. On the one […]

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