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Call for Proposals on SRHR Research

Originally posted by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO-WOTRO)

This week, NWO-WOTRO launched the first call for proposals for the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) research programme. This research programme aims to generate insights in and a better understanding of processes that determine and strengthen the sexual and reproductive health of people, as well as their ability to claim their sexual and reproductive rights. The call has been developed in close collaboration with the Knowledge Platform Share-Net International and solicits proposals for research to be carried out in Bangladesh or Burundi. The deadline to submit a Letter of Intent is 5 January 2015. Read more...

Statement from the Independent Expert Review Group on World Prematurity Day

Originally posted by the World Health Organization

Geneva, November 17—Preterm birth is the largest single cause of death among children under-5. And yet this largely preventable cause of childhood mortality is almost entirely ignored by the international community. This scandal of inaction must end. Read more...

Just Not Acceptable: India Tragedy Showcases Grave Violation of Women’s Health and Rights

Women Deliver is deeply appalled by yesterday’s reports of the deaths and injuries sustained by women undergoing sterilization in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is still unclear whether the reason for the deaths were unsafe conditions and incorrect procedures, or contaminated antibiotics or other tainted drugs. Read more...

The Universal Periodic Review: Tracking Progress on Human Rights

Last week, the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group concluded their 20th session after reviewing the human rights records of 14 countries. Italy, El Salvador, The Gambia, Bolivia, Fiji, San Marino, Kazakhstan, Angola, Iran, Madagascar, Iraq, Slovenia, Egypt and Bosnia and Herzegovina were all examined through the lens of human rights issues including gender-based violence, child protection, migrants’ rights, and hate crimes and discrimination against LGBTQ individuals. Strategic recommendations were also developed to improve the lives of all people in these countries, especially marginalized populations. Read more...

New FP2020 Report Shows 8.4 Million More Women Have Access to Contraception

The number of women with access to modern contraceptives has risen by 8.4 million in the 69 FP2020 focus countries, according to Family Planning 2020 (FP2020)’s second progress report, Partnership in Progress, which was launched today in London. The report highlights progress made since the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning, and includes new data on access to modern contraceptives, triumphs in policy and advances in contraceptive technology. Read more...

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