An Advocate’s Guide: Monitoring Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals
Project Brief – Availability of Safe Abortion Services and Perspectives of Actors on Right to Safe Abortion in Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu, India
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Published in 2017
The world is seeing a resurgence of religious extremism at national, regional, and global levels, which renews the threat to many of the rights that would be achieved and concretised such as equality of women, of citizens who belong to ethnic and religious minorities, and of sexual minorities. Amid this troubling development, ARROW has published […]
Published in 2016
This research study was carried out by the Moroccan Family Planning Association (MFPA) in partnership with the Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW), Malaysia, to generate evidence on the nature and consequences of unsafe abortions in Morocco and how religious fundamentalism (in the case of Islam) prevents adequate policies and practices for safe […]
Published in 2015
ARROW works with the Morocco Family Planning Association in Morocco, exploring the impact of religious fundamentalism as a barrier to achieving universal access to SRHR. Their work is focused on presenting evidence on unsafe abortion practices and the influence of religion on the availability of safe abortion services in Morocco.
The Association Marocaine de Planification Familiale (AMPF) was founded in 1971. The organization is actively promoting a national population policy, and does so through advocacy with political and religious leaders. There is a strong focus on sensitizing men with regard to gender issues, in order to improve women’s status. AMPF is based in Morocco.