University of Technology Sydney

090006 Global Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

6cp; 20hpw, online
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.



This course delves into key aspects of global sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in the developing country context and within humanitarian crisis settings. Students engage with historical and contemporary policy frameworks, social determinants of health impacting sexual and reproductive health outcomes, real world case studies, and global SRHR initiatives. Through a decolonisation lens, students explore and gain insight into the unique SRHR challenges faced in resource poor and fragile settings. Upon completion of the subject, students gain a reproductive justice focused knowledge base, valuable analytical skills, and a global perspective of SRHR, enabling them to contribute to critical dialogue and action within this important field.

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