Report: Repoliticizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Published: July 22, 2011

1 INTRODUCTION
Actors and processes

3 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Repoliticizing SRHR. A transformative framework: beyond ICPD/MDGs

5 THE LANGKAWI MEETING
Aims and objectives
Participants and agenda
Key messages

8 PRESENTATIONS, RESPONSES AND DISCUSSION
8 Theme 1: Macroeconomic influences on health
Paper by TK Sundari Ravindran, Sharon Fonn
Response: Sylvia Estrada-Claudio
14 Theme 2: Public health education
Paper by Simone Diniz, Jocelyn DeJong, Sharon Fonn, Pascale Allotey,
Sofia Gruskin, Thérèse Delvaux
Responses: Thérèse Delvaux, Jo Wainer
21 Theme 3: The role of the pharmaceutical industry
Paper by Jane Cottingham, Marge Berer
Responses: Kajal Bhardwaj, Jeffrey O’Malley
29 Theme 4: A human rights approach
Paper by Wanda Nowicka, with thanks to Rhonda Copelon
Responses: Hossam Bahgat, Christina Zampas
37 Theme 5: Funding
Paper by Adrienne Germain, Alexandra Garita
Responses: Marge Berer, Elmar Vinh-Thomas
43 Theme 6: Perpetuating power
Paper by Berit Austveg
Responses: Adriana Ortiz-Ortega, Jeffrey O’Malley

49 SUMMING UP
49 Highlights from thematic discussions
by Pascale A Allotey
56 The way forward
Expanding spaces for engagement; new development agendas;
influencing donors; research; and an international sexual and
reproductive health and rights alliance

CONTENTS

ANNEX 1
60 Are recent international conferences advancing sexual and
reproductive health and rights?

ANNEX 2
63 The ‘politically 10%’ group by Janet Price

ANNEX 3
66 Langkawi participants list

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