Mens SRHR Webinar Report

On the 23rd of February, the Share-Net Netherlands’ Community of Practice working on Engaging boys and men organised an online meeting on the topic of Men’s SRHR discussing their new position paper exploring SRHR policies and services targeting men and boys. This paper argues that men and boys have their own sexual and reproductive health […]

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How To Be A Better LGBTQI+ Ally – Test Yourself in This Interactive Film

This article was orginally published on OpenLearn by Dr Mathijs Lucassen (The Open University) and Dr Evelyn Callahan. You can make a huge difference to the lives of LGBTQI+ youth by showing your support as an ally. You’ll be doing your bit to help someone thrive, rather than just survive. But while most people want to be allies, […]

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Resource List: Recent Articles on Infertility

The Share-Net Netherlands Community of Practice on Infertility has compiled a resource list of recent interesting articles on the topic of infertility – You can download the full resource list here, or continue reading from the list below. Women are Still Being Blamed for Society’s Problems with Fertility. Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett (2021). ‘I’m Scared I’ve […]

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Could your workplace support your period better?

The Share-Net Netherlands Community of Practice (CoP) on Menstrual Health wants to understand how Dutch employers are supporting their employees that menstruate and they need your help. Are the facilities at your workplace period-friendly? Do you feel comfortable talking about your period at work? Do you think your workplace should offer “menstrual leave”? Help us […]

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Being young at Share-Net Netherlands – Linking Research, Policy and Practice

This piece was written by Gaia Zanaboni, Share-Net Netherlands intern who supported with the Linking Research, Policy and Practice Conference, and originally published on Share-Net Netherlands website. It was in July this year that I learned that I got the position of intern at Share-Net Netherlands. This made me so happy. As a 21 year-old […]

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KIT are accepting nominations for The Christiaan Eijkman Medal!

The Eijkman Medal is awarded to honour his work and stimulate research into Global Health. The medal is awarded to researchers who, like Eijkman, carry out innovative and important research in the field of Global Health. Candidates can nominate themselves or be nominated by colleagues. The candidate: Has made outstanding contributions to research relevant to Global Health. Global Health here […]

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Our 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign is live!

For 16 days until December 10, we’re sharing stories, facts, resources, art, and quotes exploring different aspects of gender-based violence and the diversity of people it affects. This year our theme is #FromAwarenesstoAction. Raising awareness about gender-based violence is a key component of the #16Days campaign, but we will also share how our members and […]

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Further Reading: Everything is legal here, right? Realities of Dutch Prostitution Policy

On September 15 of 2021, Share-Net Netherlands, SekswerkExpertise and WO=MEN Dutch Gender Platform organised an online meeting on Dutch prostitution policy. Sex work is a hot topic! It is however also a complex, multi-layered issue. In this blog, Nadia van der Linde (WO=MEN) captures the main takeaways from the session with speakers Jan Visser and […]

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Call for Young Creatives for the LRPP Conference 2021!

Share-Net International is looking for a collective of young students, artists or researchers who would be interested in developing a creative knowledge product highlighting the main outputs from our 10-year anniversary of the conference on “Linking Research, Policy and Practice” which will take place on the 18th of November 2021, with eight (8) presentation sessions […]

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Webinar: Texas abortion ban – What it means and what happens next

On September 1, the state of Texas implemented Senate Bill 8 (SB8) banning abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, including in cases of rape and incest. This is one of the most restrictive state laws on abortion in the country. In response, the US justice department has filed an emergency motion seeking to block enforcement […]

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