Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are often seen as the domain of women and girls’ health and well-being. Men and boys are considered important in SRHR, but mainly as partners, gatekeepers and policymakers. This paper argues that men and boys have their own sexual and reproductive health issues and concerns. Addressing men’s concerns benefits not only themselves, but the rippling effect through their partners and communities allows the achievement of SRHR for all.
You can read and download the full position paper here.
We invite you to attend our upcoming webinar on February 23rd 2022 exploring SRHR issues that men and boys may face throughout their lives, and how SRHR services and policies respond to their needs.
This webinar aims to engage with SRHR practitioners on how to address men’s and boys’ sexual and reproductive health, in order to improve health for all.
Speakers include Margaret Greene (Promundo); Tim Shand (IPPF/UNFPA); Laura Pascoe (Sonke Gender Justice); Odhrán Mac Laughlin (Share-Net); Pascalle Grotenhuis (Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and Anna Coates (WHO).