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Podcast: Co-Creating Across Borders

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The Reproduction, Sexualities, and Sexual Health Research (RSSH) Group of the Open University have released a new podcast series, Co-Creating Across Borders. The RSSH is an interdisciplinary practice and community-oriented research group working in five key areas: reproductive control, HIV/AIDS, sexuality & disability, the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender (LGBT+) people and pregnancy & childbirth. Co-Creating Across Borders […]

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Intersectionality of Climate Change and SRHR: A Desk Review from Bangladeshi Evidence

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Both the public and private sectors of Bangladesh’s healthcare system lack the full range of SRH services in terms of gender, equity, and rights. The spectrum scarcely addresses any of the SRHR components when it is further connected to climate change. The system offers very limited services, such as those for maternal care, child care, […]

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resources / Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters

Sexual and reproductive health and rights of “last mile” adolescents: a scoping review

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Abstract: Globally, significant progress has been made in the realm of adolescent sexual and reproductive health. We conceptualised “last mile” adolescents as having two or more of the following factors of identity: refugee, Indigenous, 2SLGBTQIA+, out of school, rurally or remotely located, slum dwelling, incarcerated or previously incarcerated, HIV/AIDS infected, and living with a disability. […]

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