Improving Attention to Human Rights in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research

In partnership with the World Health Organization, the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health is developing a simple operational manual that builds on traditional public health methodologies and approaches to support sexual and reproductive health (SRH) researchers. The manual better integrates human rights principles, from the formation of research questions to the publication and dissemination of findings. Seeking to inform global normative guidelines around sexual and reproductive health, this project is a part of the WHO’s broader commitment to integrate a human rights-based approach to sexual and reproductive health.


Years Active: 2018-2019
Investigators: Laura Ferguson, Sofia Gruskin
Funders/Collaborators: World Health Organization
Location: Global