Share-Net International, the Knowledge Platform on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) seeks to combine the expertise and strengths of Dutch organizations, Southern partners and key international actors working in the area of SRHR.
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Find your way in our resource centre where the latest articles, books, toolkits, reports and much more are organised around 13 themes. These themes are our lead, when we organise many events and activities every year.
Vanuit de alliantie Act4Respect starten Atria en Rutgers vandaag een nieuwe campagne waarin jongeren afrekenen met stereotiepe gendernormen over mannelijkheid, vrouwelijkheid en seksualiteit: de Generatie ‘Ja… en?’. Voor generatie Ja… en? Is het heel normaal dat je voor het betalen ...Read 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? Then… Mama Cash supports up-and-coming ...Read More »
KIT Royal Tropical Institute is happy to inform you of a number of upcoming courses on wide range of topics. The short courses can be taken as a stand-alone course or as part of one of our Master’s programmes. ...Read More »
Introduction Share-Net International and Share-Net Netherlands’ 2019 Annual Business Meetings (ABMs) took place on October 11th, at KIT Royal Tropical Institute. The morning session focused primarily on Share-Net International and was opened by Meike Stieglis, Share-Net Netherlands Co-Ordinator and Share-Net ...Read More »
Share-Net, in collaboration with Amref Flying Doctors, CHOICE for Youth and Sexuality, Rutgers and Simavi, organised a preparation meeting regarding the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, which was held in the Humanity House in The Hague. 2019 is the 25th anniversary ...Read More »
On September 3rd, about 35 people, including researchers, policy-makers, civil society organisations and practitioners, got together to talk about Universal Health Coverage (UHC). The meeting How to ensure that strategies for achieving Universal Health Coverage are inclusive and implemented?’ ,kicked ...Read More »
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