SRHR/Equity in Access and Countering Discrimination

Great strides have been made since 1994. Yet access to sexual and reproductive health and rights is still uneven throughout the world, and some groups have been systematically left behind. This session will engage individuals from these groups, bringing in marginalized voices and perspectives from young people, policymakers and providers. It will focus on proven solutions to counter discrimination, with the aim of increasing access to good quality sexual and reproductive health services. The event will be moderated by Thamsanqa Sibandze (a.k.a. Krtc), a celebrated hip-hop artist and poet from Eswatini who uses edutainment to deliver sexual and reproductive health and rights messages to young people across Southern Africa. This session will be convened by the International Federation of Medical Students’ Association and UNFPA.

DATE Tue, 12 November
TIME 15:00 - 16:30 EAT
Location Courtyard 1
Universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights as a part of universal health coverage
Event type Concurrent Sessions

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