In recent years, Africa’s universities, research institutions and other knowledge agencies have undergone tremendous change. Growing demand for scientific forms of knowledge and for higher education has pushed many of them to expand rapidly and to show a combination of daring initiatives and institutional, scientific, and educational creativity. New knowledge organizations have also been... more»
Abortion is a complex and pressing public health issue with wide-ranging implications for women, families and health systems worldwide. This is especially true, however, in low- and middle-income countries, where abortion incidence is often high, and where restrictive policies and unsafe procedures are most common.
Volume 46 of International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive... more»
Are you an activists in the Netherlands?
Are you part of a group of girls, women, trans or intersex people?
Are you doing work that changes the world?
And do you need funding for your work?
Mama Cash supports up-and-coming feminist (1) activists in the Netherlands with small grants. These grants, from Mama Cash’s Spark Portfolio, are intended to strengthen the bold work of... more»
Only three years after it began, SheDecides now numbers 120,000 Friends and 42 global Champions. This is a monumental achievement, but it’s only just the beginning. To mark the next exciting phase of the Movement’s growth, they are looking for bold and dynamic change makers to join the ranks of SheDecides Champions. Could you be one of them?
SheDecides is a global political... more»
Showcase your work to 20,000 global leaders, scientists, policy makers, healthcare professionals and people living with HIV. Abstract submissions close 14 January 2020.
Abstracts may be submitted through your conference profile until 14 the January 2020. Track scope and objectives, track categories and full submission guidelines can be found below.
Abstracts submitted to the conference will go... more»
The movement to confront the AIDS epidemic is a portrait in Resilience that has led to one of the most extraordinary public health responses in history. Register today to take part in this moment to advance the HIV response and highlight the latest in HIV-related science, policy and programmes.
Conference registration is opening two months early to allow... more»
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»
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.
How it works... more»