Aims to encourage the proliferation of critical, democratic discussions about reproductive health and gender on the Internet. The project provides interactive electronic forums, located in Southern countries, which hope to encourage the participation of under served groups, and distributes reproductive health and rights materials from a variety of perspectives through the clearinghouse web site. Website in English and Spanish.
Progammes and resources include:
South Asia Forum: includes bibliographies, statistics, list of audio/visual resources, organisations and contacts on topic areas such as: the dowry, domestic violence, crimes against women foeticide child marriage, Sati
Re/productions: an on-line journal for presenting and discussing serious challenges to assumptions about reproductive health and gender in South Asia
West Africa Network Project
Reproductive Technologies Web (RT21) looking at how scientific and medical developments participate in broader processes of social reproduction
Section on ethical issues in international health research
WWW site has extensive collection of links/materials listed under: gender; reproductive rights; HIV/AIDS; STDs; contraception; abortion; populaton and family planning; maternal health. Includes full text of working papers from Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies.
How has the history of the twentieth century affected the extent of female disadvantage in child survival in China, South Korea and India, and how has this in turn shaped spousal availability and marriage payments?
By Das Gupta, M., 1997
Produced by: Global Reproductive Health Forum (GRHF)