a wide-ranging set of regularly updated resources to assist your advocacy for equal and universal human right for all
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Published in 2018
Source: Oregon Health Authority and Research and Training Center for Pathways
This series of research briefs addresses the sexual health of seven subpopulations of young people namely youth in corrections; youth with developmental disabilities; youth in foster care; homeless youth; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth; youth with mental health conditions; and youth who have experienced sexual abuse.
Source: Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights
To different people, a positive health care experience can look like many things. It is not about being perfect, but about providing affirming care for diverse people and communities. Although the health care system is universal in Canada, there are still disparities as not everyone has equal access to the care they need and deserve. […]
Source: Advocates for Youth
This factsheet highlights the need for safe abortion for adolescents in the United States. It presents the facts on the incidences of abortion, the characteristics of safe and unsafe abortion, as well as the reasons women seek abortion services. A list of recommended actions is provided to reduce unintended pregnancy and abortion and this include […]
Source: Council on Foreign Relations, US
Sexual violence in conflict is viewed as a security challenge with such violence leading to consequences that increase the costs of armed conflict, rendering its management more difficult. Combating conflict-related sexual violence merits a higher place on the U.S. foreign policy agenda. This discussion paper looks at understanding conflict-related sexual violence which varies widely in […]
Source: The Human Rights and Equity Office, University of Guelph
Maintaining and promoting human dignity is a core value of the University of Guelph. The University is therefore committed to a campus free from discrimination. This booklet details the University’s position on discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This technical package represents a select group of strategies based on the best available evidence to help communities and states sharpen their focus on prevention activities with the greatest potential to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) and its consequences across the lifespan. The strategies represented in this package include those with a focus on preventing […]
Source: USAID; Evidence; What Works Association
This paper investigates the outcome of an initiative to enhance use of evidence on HIV and AIDS programming for women and girls, using the components of building cultures of evidence use identified by Hardee and Wright. The initiative, What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions (hereafter What Works) that became www.whatworksforwomen.org, is […]
Source: Women Enabled International
This article by Women’s Enabled International (WEI) addressed the issue of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of women and girls with disabilities. The SRHR violations against women and girls with disabilities such as the physical and informational barriers to accessing SRH information, goods, and services and discriminatory sexual and reproductive health care are […]
Source: American Psychological Association, Climate for Health, and ecoAmerica
The goal of this report is to increase awareness of the psychological impacts of climate change on human mental health and well-being. The report provides climate communicators, planners, policymakers, public health professionals, and other leaders the tools and tips needed to respond to these impacts and bolster public engagement on climate solutions.
Published in 2017
Source: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice
This issue brief highlights key facts on the reproductive justice and women with disabilities in the United States. The key areas covered include violence against women with disabilities, sexuality, compulsory sterilisation, sex education, reproductive health care and parenting.