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Published in 2018
Source: Population Action International
This global datasheet reviews a comprehensive approach to development that can help build climate change resilience and adaptive capacity. Expanding access to reproductive health care and contraception—especially in areas where women and men would like to be able to plan their families but have limited access to health services can have a positive impact on […]
Published in 2017
This situational analysis highlights the major sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues women with disabilities faced. The analysis explores the challenges of women with disabilities in accessing SRH, the discrimination faced, and specific situations such as gender based violence including sexual violence as well as in emergency situations. The role of stakeholders such as international […]
Source: WHO / UNFPA
This guidance note addresses issues of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programming for persons with disabilities. It is intended for SRH experts and advocates within UNFPA and WHO as well as those in other development organizations and partners. Those who address issues of family planning, maternal health, HIV and AIDS, adolescents, and gender-based violence (GBV) […]
Source: Disabilities Health Research Network
This manual is a practical resource for persons with disabilities and healthcare clinicians who work with these clients. It includes research, clinical expertise, and product information to aid with dialogue surrounding sexual and reproductive issues and disabilities. It provides examples and illustrations of potential options that can be introduced into the sexual practices of the […]
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 […]
AWID’s research examines how the global rise of religious fundamentalisms is understood and experienced by women’s rights activists located within different regional and religious contexts. This brief report presents the highlights of the research to date, which point toward a critical finding: Religious fundamentalisms may vary according to the global context in which they operate, but […]
Source: United Nations
This report seeks to contribute to rethinking poverty and its eradication. It affirms the urgent need for a strategic shift away from the market fundamentalist thinking, policies and practices of recent decades towards more sustainable development- and equity-oriented policies appropriate to national conditions and circumstances.
In this introductory paper to the special issue, we argue for both a ‘sexual turn’ and an ‘emotional turn’ in mobility studies, stressing also the intersectionality of these two dimensions. The final part of the article provides an overview of the papers that follow and the themes they explore. Taken together, the papers investigate different globalised […]
Source: International Organization For Migration
This publication is primarily aimed to promote respect by the State for the right to health for those who migrate. It also aims more generally at guiding health and legal practitioners, students, academics, and those migrating themselves through the myriad of norms and principles contained in international instruments impacting on migrating persons’ right to health.
The aims of Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 6 are to arrest the spread of HIV and to promote access to treatment. However, the vulnerability to HIV of people with disabilities, their need for HIV & AIDS information and the constraints they face in accessing treatment have largely been ignored by international development academics and practitioners. […]