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900 Arrow Publications
Published in 2017
Source: International Institute for Population Sciences, Population Council.
While several studies in India have highlighted the widespread prevalence of physical and sexual violence within marriage, little is known about violence within marriage among young people and the health consequences of these experiences for young women. This policy brief documents the perceptions of married young people in Tamil Nadu on wife beating, the magnitude […]
Child, early, and forced marriage (CEFM), otherwise commonly known as “child marriage”, has been a contentious subject for many, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. All of the things CEFM represents – lack of free, full, and informed consent, limitation of bodily integrity and the enjoyment of childhood – has long been part and parcel of […]
The current paper examines the issues and challenges facing the increasingly larger youth population of the world, especially those pertaining their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). As young people face legacy problems such as vulnerability to disease, female genital mutilation and early and child marriage, normative assumptions about […]
While gender discourses have drawn global attention to the differential impact of disasters on men and women, sexual and reproductive rights have largely been missing from scholarships, plans and practices in disaster management. The current regional brief presents evidence on the links between SRHR and disasters, and the importance of an inclusive and rights-based approach […]
With 45% of the world’s natural disasters occurring in the Asia-Pacific in the last three decades, the region houses 65% of world total casualties by natural disasters. Due to its vulnerability to floods, cyclones, earthquakes, drought, storms, and tsunamis, the long-term effect of climate change needs to be studied now more than ever to build […]
Source: Women In International Security
There has been greater call for women to be integrated into roles involving the prevention and countering of violent extremism, but the path towards making this change is not as clear and straightforward as the idea. This brief discusses the problems and solutions associated with increasing women’s involvement and influence in opposing terrorism.
Source: Independent Research Forum
This briefing note offers principles and approaches for integrating economic, social and environmental sustainability and equity in a new post-2015 development agenda. The paper is the first in a series that will examine how post-2015 goals and strategies can address development issues such as water, agriculture and food security, energy security, and urbanisation in a […]
Source: Asia Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organizations
This is a brief on the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS, which was developed through the United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting (HLM) on HIV/AIDS.
Source: Canadian Food Security Policy Group
A national food policy must include a well-developed international component that acknowledges the links among issues, and takes account of Canada‟s international goals, commitments and obligations. Policy integration within the Government of Canada will be critical. Food and agricultural issues touch many aspects of government responsibility, including agriculture, health, environment, transport, trade, finance and international […]
Source: High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIP), USAID
Post-abortion family planning is one of several high-impact practices in family planning (HIPs) identified by a technical advisory group of international experts. This involves the provision of family planning counseling and services at the same time and location where women receive services related to spontaneous or induced abortion. Post-abortion care (PAC) includes three components: (1) […]