No major event has been registered by our radars at the sexual and reproductive rights global landscape in February. But we would like to recommend a series of inspiring books, publications and others resources that have reached us recently:
– The Global Public Health Special Issue (volume 10, issue 2) on SRHR “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for the next decades: What’s been achieved? What lies ahead?”, available online.
– Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) Publication Sex Workers Transforming Economic Power to Advance Women’s Rights and Justice: Post 2012 AWID International Forum Innovation Seed Grants, available in English, French and Spanish.
– The Queer African Reader, edited by Sokari Ekine, Hakima Abbas and aimed at engaging a primarily African audience and focusing on intersectionality while including experiences from a variety of contexts including rural communities, from exile, from conflict and post-conflict situations as well as diverse religious and cultural contexts.
– Scott Long’s article Help, I’m being persecuted: Hypocrisy and free speech.
– Center for Reproductive Rights’ Abortion and Reproductive Rights in Latin America: Implications for Democracy.
– Reproductive Health Matters Call for Paper (volume 23, number 46)
– Petroria University Law Press’s Strengthening the protection of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the African region through human rights.
– Men Who Sell Sex – global perspectives, edited by Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker.