How can things change if there is so little action?, published by Menstrual Health Hub

|read original post| Creating period-friendly workplaces is not bloody rocket science. #ItsTimeForAction #MHDay2021 By Danielle Keiser, Nikki van de Veerdonk (MH Hub), Jennifer Martin (Pandemic Periods/Women in Global Health Finland) and Pavita Singh (Girls Health Ed) *Our use of women and girls includes transwomen, womxn, femmes, non-identifying and non-binary individuals who may be impacted by […]

Mexico, single-use plastic bans and period poverty, published by Gender and COVID-19

|read original post| The United Nations Generation Equality Forum took place in Mexico City just a few weeks ago. It advocated for a raft of gender responsive policies and transformative programmes. Meanwhile people who menstruate in Mexico are experiencing period poverty. They don’t have the resources to buy basic menstrual hygiene products, and now they […]

Pandemic Periods, published by International Health Policy

|read original post| In the run-up to International Women’s Day 2021, and in light of recent gains made in the global menstrual justice policy space, we present the Pandemic Periods Collective – who are on a mission to elevate the voices of those experiencing period poverty during COVID-19.  As we enter the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and […]