Sex Rights Africa Network

A networking hub to share evidence and strengthen action to realise sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) for all in Southern Africa and globally.


#ExpectRespect – what, why, how?

What does ‘Expect Respect’ mean to you? When this hashtag first appeared on Sex Rights Africa Network (SRAN) social media posts, its creators were adamant – don’t tell people what it means,...

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Featured Article

Let’s have the bloody conversation at the SAAIDS Conference!

What does menstruation have to do with HIV? How can realising menstrual health rights reduce the risk of HIV infection? What is socially, economically and environmentally ethical sanitary wear - and why is it critical to eliminating GBV? Join the Sex Rights Africa Network in Hall 7 at the SAAIDS Conference for the SRAN Satellite event on Thursday 13 July at 14:00-15:30 CAT. The event w...

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Dumiso Gatsha on Equitable Participation

Words by Dumiso Gatsha Equitable participation should be practiced in all spaces. I was sitting in a State of the World Population (SWOP) report launch listening to a panel that spoke what was known...

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In The Media

Africa: Three of the Most Used Contraceptives Don’t Increase HIV Risk – ECHO Study

Africa: Three of the Most Used Contraceptives Don't Increase HIV Risk - ECHO Study Johannesburg - Using Depo-provera will not increase women's chances of acquiring HIV, the Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcome (ECHO) scientists have revealed at the SA AIDS Conference in Durban - answering a worrying question for women. ...

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