The IAWG invites you to submit an abstract for presentation at the 18th Annual IAWG Meeting in Thailand, February from 19-21, 2020. This year’s theme, Bridging the Divide: Operationalizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Nexus, asks presenters to share findings and lessons learned from working on SRHR at the intersections of the humanitarian, development, and peace sectors.... more»
Share-Net is hosting a session on the interface between Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) & climate change at the NVTG Congress on Climate Emergency and Health. We are opening a Call for abstracts that link SRHR and Climate Change.
During the afternoon programme parallel sessions will be reserved for oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts. Researchers of all... more»
Political and public health agendas promise, and evidence indicates, that universal health coverage (UHC) will deliver significant benefits for improved access to health services, including for sexual and reproductive health (SRH). UHC also has potential to protect from impoverishment arising due to ill health. Experiences across low- and middle-income countries suggest that the achievement of... more»
Share-Net Netherlands kindly invites you to the 8th “Annual Students Meeting: Linking Research, Policy and Practice’’. This meeting is tentatively planned for the 28th of November 2019.
This meeting will bring together policymakers, practitioners and researchers working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in international development and students who have finalised, or are... more»
Met deze brief wordt u geïnformeerd over de hoofdlijnen van het beleidskader ‘Versterking Maatschappelijk Middenveld’, dat, in lijn met de BHOS-nota ‘Investeren in Perspectief’, zich richt op het versterken van de stem van het maatschappelijk middenveld.
Allereerst wordt het belang geschetst van een sterk maatschappelijk middenveld. Daarna volgt de doelstelling van... more»
Do you want to be hired more as a trainer? Difficulties in finding training opportunities? Trainers Lab can help you. Trainers Lab offers an international market place for trainers everywhere to expose and sell their expertise and for local civil society organisations to hire skilled local professionals to strengthen their organisational capacity and improve their SRHR interventions.
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Our world is ‘urbanizing’ rapidly: Two out of every three people are likely to be living in cities or other urban areas by 2050, our world is ‘urbanizing’ rapidly. Do we need to adapt our existing health systems thinking and current models and paradigms? Cities are often unhealthy places to live, but they also offer opportunities for social change, innovation and inter-sectoral... more»
Women Deliver is seeking the latest research and initiatives that demonstrate the impact of advocacy for gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women. We welcome original work from representatives of all sectors — researchers, experts, advocates, enthusiasts, students, and industry professionals alike — documenting proven strategies to improve the lives of girls... more»
Share-Net Netherlands is facilitating one of the sessions during the up-coming
NVTG symposium 2018: HUMAN RESOURCES, RESEARCH and RIGHTS: Ethical dilemmas in Global Health
which will be held on the 9th of November 2018 in Amsterdam.
See for more information by clicking here.
For our session:’Ethics in operational research on sexual and reproductive health and... more»
NVTG symposium 2018:
HUMAN RESOURCES, RESEARCH and RIGHTS: Ethical dilemmas in Global Health
Together with the NVTG working Groups, Uniting Streams and Troie, and external partner Wemos, the NVTG organizes its yearly symposium in the Rode Hoed, Amsterdam. Just as at the legendary Alma Ata symposium in 1978, guaranteeing access to health care is at the centre of attention. Overall theme is... more»