CSBR at the Global Feminist LBQ Women*’s Conference
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CSBR Coordinator, Rima Athar, was one of the Content Committee Working Group members that organized the first ever Global Feminist Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer (LBQ) Women*’s Conference, which took place from 6-9 July 2019, in …

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An Advocacy Brief: Post 2015 Development Agenda, Climate Change, and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

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Post-2015 Women's Coalition-CC-SRHRSeptember 2015 

This Advocacy Brief by the Post-2015 Women’s Coalition explores connections between climate change and sexual health and reproductive rights, as a key concern for the adoption and implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the national levels.

From the introduction: “…Human rights, including sexual and reproductive rights, will be adversely impacted if swift action is not taken to mitigate the human impact of climate change. Climate change also has significant impact on human health. It puts pressures on the fundamental requirements of good health, clean air, safe drinking water, adequate sanitation and sufficient food. As the world continues to experience incremental yet unpredictable climate change, the inter-linkages with sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is an emerging issue that needs to be addressed in the context of sustainable development. This brief will consider how climate change will affect universal access to SRHR and that the implications have profound ramifications for the new developmental era.”

Read here the full Advocacy Brief: Post-2015 Development Agenda, Climate Change, and Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights

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