2 edition of Gender, reproductive health & rights found in the catalog.
Gender, reproductive health & rights
|Other titles||Gender, reproductive health and rights|
|Contributions||United Nations Population Fund. Pacific Sub-Regional Office|
|LC Classifications||HQ1233 .I78 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||2011505742|
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Sexual and reproductive health and rights encompass efforts to eliminate preventable maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity, to ensure quality sexual and reproductive health services, including contraceptive services, and to address sexually transmitted infections (STI) and cervical cancer, violence reproductive health & rights book women and girls, and sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents.
This book will be used by researchers, epidemiologists, clinicians and public health professionals in the fields of sexual and reproductive health and gender, policy-makers and program managers in these same fields and educators and students in medical, paramedical and other university departments having courses in these same fieldsPrice: $ ICPD and ICPD+5 underlined the importance and contribution of rights to population, reproductive health and gender equality UN General Assembly’s Declaration of Commitment on HIV and AIDS reinforced the ICPD commitments on sexual and reproductive health needs and placed a strong emphasis on women’s Size: KB.
Unlike the MDGs, the SDGs explicitly recognize sexual and reproductive health as essential to equitable development and women’s empowerment, referencing sexual and reproductive health under SDG 3, for health, and again under SDG 5, for gender equality, which also references reproductive rights.
These Artists Show Us A Terrifying World Without Reproductive Rights Amber Tamblyn's Poetry Corner: "Open Your Mouth Like A Bell" By Mindy Nettifee Tags: reproductive health, sexual health, books, book reviews, from the magazine, Ask Me About My Uterus, Buzz, The Wonder Down UnderAuthor: BUST Magazine.
10Sexual and reproductive health and rights – the key to gender equality and women’s empowerment Two powerful examples of how the links between sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender equality can be explicitly enshrined in international policy commitments are the Beijing Platform for Action and the human rights treaty on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of.
of human rights, socially valued goods, opportunities, and resources. Gender Integration refers to strategies applied in program assessment, design, imple-mentation, and evaluation to take gender norms into account and to compensate for gen- Gender and Reproductive Health Some of the notable global NGOs that fight for sexual and reproductive health and rights include IPPF (International Planned Parenthood Federation), ILGA (International Lesbian and Gay Alliance), WAS (World Association for Sexual Health - formerly known as World Association for Sexology), the Center for Health and Gender Equity, and.
Issue 66 explores the relationship between gender and sexual and reproductive health, focusing on the challenges presented by gender inequity and inequality in sexual and reproductive health and emphasizing the importance of achieving gender equality for positive sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
25 Reproductive Rights Books Literally Everyone Should Read. Ourselves has been the introductory book for reproductive health care. What was once focused solely reproductive health & rights book women's health. Bornstein, a trans woman who finds gender deeply problematic, sums up this resistance nicely in her book title, Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us1.
It is commonly argued that biological differences between males and females determine gender by causing enduring differences in capabilities and dispositions. Box 4. NHRIS’ Commitments to Reproductive Rights: the Amman Declaration and Programme of Action 33 Box 5.
Collaboration with the United Nations 59 Box 6. Sexuality Education: Promoting Reproductive Rights and Gender Equality 67 Box Gender. Ageing Women and Reproductive Rights 80 Box 8. Reproductive Rights and Disabilities 93 Box 9. Reproductive rights were first officially recognised at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo in Agreed by countries, it was the first and most comprehensive international document to embody concepts of reproductive health and rights and sexual health.
Reproductive Health and Human Rights addresses that concern. The book grapples with fundamental questions about the relationships among population, fertility decline, reproductive health, human rights, poverty alleviation, and development and assesses the various arguments—demographic, public health, human rights-based, and economic—for and.
reproductive health and gender • Know the targets of reproductive health 1. Definition and introduction Reproductive health is defined as” A state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters related to the reproductive system and to its functions and process”.
The Reproductive rights and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) framework has been developed to provide overall guidance and a cohesive- Fund-wide response for implementing the Reproductive Health and Rights elements of the UNFPA Strategic plan Gender, for its impact on virtually every contemporary life issue, can rightly be regarded as a foremost component of reproductive health.
Reproductive health basically emphasises on people and their rights to sexuality, reproduction, and family planning, and the information to actualize these right, which has been inextricably linked to development at the International Conference on. Abstract. This chapter follows the arguments of women’s health movements surrounding the conflicts between the sexual and reproductive rights of individual women and the social groups to which they belong, on the one hand, and religious dogma and national and.
Book Description: Reproductive Health and Human Rights: The Way Forward critically reflects on the past fifteen years of international efforts aimed at improving health, alleviating poverty, diminishing gender inequality, and promoting human rights.
The volume includes essays by leading scholars and practitioners that are centered on the In this book the author fills a much-needed empirical study of women's reproductive health.
The author assesses data from developing countries (or areas) and challenges the prevailing bioscience and public health models by linking women's reproductive health to gender equality measures and development policies.
Reproductive Health and Gender Equality: Method, Measurement, and Implications - Kindle edition by Wang, Guang-zhen, Professor. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Reproductive Health and Gender Equality: Method, Measurement, and Implications.
Despite multiple attempts at bridging health gaps among the marginalised population, gender minority groups still do not have equal health rights implemented to protect them from disorders.
The sexual and reproductive health domain is one such area where the access to affordable facilities, treatment as well as the lack of sensitisation among. Reproductive Health And Human Rights Reproductive Health And Human Rights by Rebecca J. Cook. Download it Reproductive Health And Human Rights books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Updates to this book, and information on translations to French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Arabic are now available at. sexual and reproductive health. The National Gender Policy (draft, June ) gives more attention to HIV and AIDS—a health area where the MOGCDSW has been more active—than to family planning and reproductive health.
The Gender Equality Act makes stronger references to linkages between gender and SRH, and the MOH RHD was involved in its. Reproductive Health and Rights as a Reform Jewish Issue - The Reform Movement, led by Women of Reform Judaism, has long supported the right to make decisions about one's own reproductive health according to one's own beliefs.
Learn more about why this is a Reform Jewish issue and what the movement has done to pursue reproductive justice since EngenderHealth applies a rights-based approach to our sexual and reproductive health initiatives by ensuring that individuals can access and have information about a broad range of : Engenderhealth.
Background. The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is a global campaign that takes place annually from the 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence occurs in the shadows of COVID The COVID pandemic resulted. Inthe International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo articulated and affirmed the relationship between advancement and fulfilment of rights and gender equality and also clarified the concepts of women’s empowerment, gender equity, and reproductive health and rights.
Reproductive health care addresses the reproductive processes, functions, and systems at all stages of life. It encompasses the sexual health of both men and women, as well as maternal and child health. Ethnomedical literature contains thousands of references to the use of plants for a variety of reproduction-related purposes.
A reproductive justice framework for understanding the politics of health and reproduction highlights race, class, and gender inequalities and how these inequalities constrain. Health does not come from direct services alone – individual health is impacted by larger social and community factors.
CARE works at the root of these issues, fighting with communities to transform harmful power and gender dynamics and policy barriers to create an environment that makes healthy behavior possible for everyone.
8 ADOLESCENT SEUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS ADOLESCENT SEUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS 9 Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation Often the three concepts of sex, gender and sexuality are confused and are seen to be overlapping.
It is easy to see why this is so. Reproductive health is a part of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), unmet needs for sexual and reproductive health deprive women of the right to make "crucial choices about their own bodies and futures", affecting family welfare.
Women bear and usually nurture children, so their. Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Improving the health and futures of adolescents and their communities.
Adolescence is one of life's most complex stages, when young people take on new responsibilities and experiment with independence.
When engaged and supported, adolescents thrive and contribute to communities and families. When disaggregated gender sensitive data is not collected, the needs of women — and the most disadvantaged among them — are made invisible. When health systems, services providers and governments coordinate towards stronger monitoring, the arguments for rights-based sexual and reproductive health become undeniable.
Gender and sexual and reproductive health are inherently connected and must be examined together to bring about better health outcomes and more gender equitable societies.
This course seeks to provide learners with an introduction to the links between gender and sexual and reproductive health and introduce the basics of gender integration in sexual and reproductive health programs.
Drawing on feminist theories we explore how sexual health education incorporates the intersections of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) with social structuring factors (e.g., gender, race/ethnicity and sexual identities), and the role of sexual health education in young adults' construction and assertion of their own SRH rights.
The discussion centred on the role of traditional leaders in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights in Africa, especially in promoting gender equality and ending all forms of gender. Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity. Without control over our body and the agency to plan our future, we will never be free and we will never be equal.
With this initiative, we join likeminded funders advancing issues of reproductive health and women’s rights. Strength In Numbers. In the introduction to her latest book, “GUYnecology: The Missing Science of Men’s Reproductive Health,” Yale sociologist Rene Almeling describes a day in the life of “John,” a regular guy who is trying to have a baby with his wife.
John carefully considers how his every activity — showering, eating lunch, attending a happy hour, etc. — might affect his future child, concerned. The authors examined gender-related barriers to each component of reproductive health and the strategies undertaken by programs to address the barriers.
Out of nearly interventions reviewed, 40 are included here as examples of programs that integrate gender to improve reproductive health outcomes.SRHR and the gender equality goal Ensuring sexual and reproductive health and realizing reproductive rights is an integral part of these guiding documents and, therefore, of our proposed stand-alone goal.
As we know, there is an inextricable link between sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender equality and women’s empowerment.