In order to make a real impact on the lives of women and young people, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) issues cannot be addressed in isolation. ARROW’s work incorporates an intersectional lens that recognizes and strategizes against systemic inequalities, prioritizes marginalized groups, and identifies issues that have been left behind as well as issues that are emerging. ARROW’s work on constituency building therefore, is done keeping in mind that gender, sexual and reproductive rights and health intersect with other axes of poverty, climate change, religious fundamentalism, migration, food security and sovereignty,conflict , and disability.
Based on the issues identified, ARROW has developed and published country reports, thematic papers, journals, and other publications in order to build perspectives on SRHR and the intersectional issues. The publications are targeted to civil society organisations and thought leaders both on SRHR and intersectional issues, advocates, activists, academicians, and decision makers at all levels. They are disseminated at relevant meetings and advocacy spaces at local, national, regional and global levels in order to encourage and advocate for feminist and rights based discourse and outcomes on SRHR through building inter-sectional knowledge, deepening analyses of marginalisation, alliance-building, solidarity, movement building and sustainable development.