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RT @Epiph_mo: I had so much fun and learnt so much from the panelists. It's amazing what @FloHaven and @girluprising are doing in their com…Read More
📢Our 4th Episode is LIVE! @ursulamaschette speaks to our grassroot champions to discuss the future of advocacy in a digital world, political involvement and sustainable solutions in fighting #periodpoverty. Watch now! https://t.co/GhtWg5bcXzRead More
RT @CleggBamber: The report from @PandemicPeriods led by @jmartinresearch can be found here 👇Read More
RT @CleggBamber: @PandemicPeriods have recently looked at funding and provision of period products across Scotland and the outcomes weren't…Read More
Have you read our latest policy analysis – We are advocating for more support for @COSLA & the 32 Scottish local authorities so they can implement the Period Products (Free Provision)(Scotland) Act 21 appropriately. #menstrualhealth https://t.co/wy3e7hEY6CRead More
We must do more to share the lived experience of people with endometriosis and continue pushing for further funding to support research. #EndometriosisAwarenessMonthRead More
There is currently no known cure for endometriosis, and treatment is usually aimed at controlling symptoms. Access to early diagnosis and effective endometriosis treatment is essential but limited in many settings, including low- and middle-income countries.Read More
but also work to broaden what we mean by menstrual wellness and menstrual equity."Read More
Experiencing endometriosis has helped me to understand better the narrow scope we presently have on menstrual wellness. Let’s use this month to not only discuss the necessity of validating and solving the pain and symptoms people with endometriosis experience...Read More
: menstruation is multidimensional and impacts every aspect of someone’s well-being - from gut health to sleep quality to participation in extracurriculars...Read More
The normalisation of menstrual pain in medical settings with a near failure to recognise the hindrance it has on psychological, social, sexual, and relational well-being highlights the impoverished outlook we have on menstruation...Read More
and the daily symptoms I experienced throughout my cycle, I saw firsthand how a disease could steal your time. Endometriosis highlights how, when the medical system time, poverty does not prioritise menstrual wellness, and the pain gap is exacerbated...Read More
Our Research Associate, @ReganMoss20🇺🇸, shared her lived experience of living with endometriosis: "Endometriosis has been a disease that has sometimes made me loathe my womanhood. As the pain gap became normalised in my life, my interactions with providers...Read More
Menstrual Health Matters
The Pandemic Periods Collective elevates the voices of grassroots activists to drive a stronger, intersectional and global menstrual health narrative.
Meet Our Collective
Dr. Jennifer Martin
Hidden challenges: addressing menstrual health in emergencies
Hidden challenges: addressing menstrual health in emergencies Co-authored by Veronica Corbellini, Mara Ferrari, Jennifer Martin, and Karan Babbar In emergencies,
Inclusion means everyone: standing up for transgender and non-binary individuals who menstruate worldwide.
Attaining menstrual health is a challenge for women, adolescent girls, transgender, and non-binary individuals worldwide, but imagine living in a
Why We Need an Integrated Response to Period Poverty in Pandemics
We need stronger menstrual health mainstreaming in all crisis response and public health programmes, so that those that menstruate can attain their menstrual health, even in crisis situations.