Women’s rights are often addressed in limited ways, if at all, in corporate or workplace codes of conduct. To redress this, BSR—with support from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expertise of the Evidence Project/Meridian Group International, Inc.—has developed the Gender Equality in Codes of Conduct Guidance.
A new article has been published in the Berkeley Journal of International Law entitled Recognizing Women’s Rights at Work: Health and Women Workers in Global Supply Chains.
Although existing contraceptive options include methods that men can use directly — namely, condoms, vasectomy, and withdrawal — and that require their participation (the Standard Days Method), family planning programming has primarily focused on women. What is known about reaching men as contraceptive users? Presented at PAA 2017 Chicago, IL April 2017 Authors: Karen Hardee, Melanie Croce-Galis, […]
With high rates of early marriage, especially among girls, a significant proportion of adolescents in Bangladesh need sexual and reproductive health services (SRH), including contraceptive information and services. Married women, including married adolescents, currently have access to these services through public sector. Unmarried adolescents do not have access to SRH information and services through public […]
As part of the WorkerHealth project, the Evidence Project/Population Council conducted a comprehensive review of garment sector health interventions, particularly RH- and FP-focused projects, in Cambodia during the last five years. The results from the review support WorkerHealth’s objective of enabling evidence-based decisionmaking and programming related to the health and wellbeing of female garment factory […]