The Summer Schools 'Health & Migration' ‘Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights’ will take place 5-16th of July 2020 in the vibrant City of Ghent, Belgium. Registrations are open for bachelor and master students from all around the world who are interested in expanding their knowledge about global issues alongside students from different faculties and different cultures.

Twenty five years ago the International Centre of Reproductive Health (ICRH) was founded by Professor Marleen Temmerman, as a response to the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo in 1994. It was established first at Ghent University, but today ICRH has three sister organisations in Belgium, Kenya and Mozambique with strong collaborations with other partners worldwide. A quarter of a century later, this had to be celebrated, so in November there were events planned in Mombasa, Kenya and Ghent, Belgium.

Unsafe abortion is a major cause of maternal mortality in Mozambique, and in 2014 the country liberalised its law in relation to abortion, significantly increasing the conditions under which it is legal to obtain a safe abortion.

This autumn ICRH celebrated its 25th birthday

ICRH is celebrating its 25th anniversary!
We would like you to toast with us to ICRH’s 25 years of contributions to sexual and reproductive health and rights globally!
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You are all invited to join us in the celebration of ICRH’s 25th anniversary. Festivities will be held in Belgium on 26 November 2019 , and on 15 November 2019 in Kenya.

ICRH-Mozambique has won a small grant on behalf of the Reproductive and Sexual Rights Network to support Mozambican civil society engagement, alignment, and coordinated action for improved women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health (WCAH).

Country representatives responsible for developing a national SRHR action plan to accelerate the ICPD agenda, can now use two new tools to help them monitor and evaluate their plans. ICRH and UNFPA EECARO presented the tools during a webinar that is available online

In June, a permanent photo exhibition about women’s rights and positive birth experiences opened in the central hospital of Maputo, Mozambique. The project was set up by PhD student Anna Galle and visual anthropologist Tina Kruger, with support of the Global Minds Fund.

The film "The pregnancy is ours" was presented during the "women's week" in the French cultural centre of Maputo, Mozambique. The film was made by Anna Galle, a doctoral student of ICRH, with financial support of the Marleen Temmerman Fund.

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