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Published in 2020
Source: Care International
This study reveals how the global pandemic is having a real and immediate economic impact on women in the developing world. The policy brief recommends that national governments, international and regional decision makers, business partners, and the private sector must prioritise women and girls in socio-economic crisis responses.
This newly-released research by UNFPA analyses how the COVID-19 pandemic could critically undermine progress made towards achieving these goals: Ending unmet need for family planning, ending gender-based violence including harmful practices such as female genital mutilation and child marriage, and ending all preventable maternal deaths.
Source: The New England Journal of Medicine
Access to safe abortion care is time sensitive and vitally important. This journal article highlights that the COVID-19 outbreak has illuminated several weaknesses in the US health care system. One lesson should be that the system of abortion care delivery must be strengthened in ways that prevent abortion access from being so easily rescinded in times […]
The UNFPA response to the COVID-19 pandemic within maternity care involves a 3-pronged approach: 1. Protect maternity care providers and the maternal health workforce 2. Provide safe and effective maternity care to women 3. Maintain and protect maternal health systems. In this technical brief, detailed practical recommendations across these 3 prongs are outlined for antenatal […]
Published in 2019
Universal Health Coverage is firmly embedded in the discourse and interventions that recognize health as a fundamental human right. This essentially means that ensuring health is a key component of wellbeing. To do so countries need to ensure that access is equitable and that a recognition of marginalization within the population is factored into the […]
Published in 2018
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: World Health Organisation
The action plan of WHO aims to strengthen effective leadership and governance for mental health; provide comprehensive, integrated and responsive mental health and social care services in community-based settings; implement strategies for promotion and prevention in mental health; and strengthen information systems, evidence and research for mental health. It relies on six cross-cutting principles and […]
Source: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division
The 2017 Revision of the World Population Prospects is the twenty-fifth round of official United Nations population estimates and projections, which have been prepared since 1951 by the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat. The 2017 publication builds on previous revisions by incorporating additional results from […]
Source: Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Yale University
This publication highlights the global metrics for the environment, ranking country performance on high-priority environmental issues. The summary meant for policymakers contains a snapshot of the 2018 EPI’s framework and results. The complete methods, data, and results — including for individual countries — are available online at epi.yale.edu.
Source: Transnational Institute
This paper attempts to deconstruct the ‘shrinking space’ narrative by explaining what it means and unpacks some of the problems inherent in the concept. It also considers who is most affected by ‘shrinking space’, and why; where the trend is headed; how it relates to the other dominant paradigms of the 21st century; and how […]