Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

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Research impact of the ReGHID project in Central America

Results from the Survey in Sexual and Reproductive Health implemented by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the University of Southampton as part of the ReGHID Project, led by Principal Investigator Prof. Pía Riggirozzi (PAIR), Co-I Prof. Amos Channon and Dr Sarahí Rueda-Salazar (SSD), have been successfully presented and discussed with local organisations (Governmental […]

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Dissemination activities for the ReGHID-Central American survey in Sexual and Reproductive Health

Preliminary results from the Sexual and Reproductive Health survey in Central America implemented in collaboration between the ReGHID team of University of Southampton (UoS) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM/Northern Triangle) will be disseminated very soon in Honduras and El Salvador during a two days’ workshop event. Principal findings from the qualitative approach of […]

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ReGHID Project book available for pre-order

The ReGHID Project team is incredibly excited to announce that after three years of research, its forthcoming book ‘Displacement, Human Rights, and Sexual and Reproductive Health Conceptualising Gender Protection Gaps in Latin America’ by Natalia Cintra, David Owen and Pía Riggirozzi, is now available for pre-order from Bristol University Press. Focusing on the flight of women and girls from […]

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Coming Soon! Salir Adelante: a ReGHID Project documentary

We are very excited to announce the upcoming ReGHID Project production: Salir Adelante, a documentary based on the stories of Venezuelan migrant women and girls who fled humanitarian crisis to rebuild their lives and hopes while experiencing the everyday struggles of unfamiliar and sometimes adverse places in Brazil. Forced migration heightens all forms of gendered […]

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The AGAPE Guide

AGAPE is a Peer Learning Technique applied to the sexual and reproductive health rights of migrant women which aims to contribute and strengthen knowledge and understanding of their own sexual and reproductive rights, especially for those women in a vulnerable state, and to leverage processes in support of their autonomous and responsible exercise of those […]

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Central American Women in Displacement: Needs and Barriers regarding their Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

The University of Southampton through the ReGHID Project and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are implementing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Survey among migrant women who have returned to Honduras and El Salvador after a period of displacement in Mexico. The purpose of the survey is to explore their needs and the barriers they […]

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REGHID Research Activities In The Spotlight In Central America

OIM Honduras is currently showcasing REGHID research activities in Central America. This collaboration between ReGHID at the University of Southampton and IOM – UN MIGRATION  OIM Honduras is leading a study based on qualitative and quantitative analysis based on the implementation of a new survey on needs and barriers related to sexual and reproductive health of displaced women […]

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Human rights-based approach to sexual and reproductive health in displacement

Migration, refuge and women’s sexual and reproductive health in Central, South and USA: an integrative review

24 February 2022 0

(JVB Sobreira, EG Sousa, LSF Lima, CAF de Carvalho, P Riggirozzi, …) in Research, Society and Development 10 (16) This review aimed to explore evidence on the needs, risks and access to sexual and reproductive health services among migrant or refugee women in Central, South and United States (USA). Integrative review study, whose guiding question […]

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COVID-19 lockdown experience

Protecting Migrants or Reversing Migration? COVID-19 and the risks of a protracted crisis in Latin America

24 February 2022 0

(Pia Riggirozzi, Natalia Cintra and Jean Grugel) in Lancet Migration. Central and South American countries have experienced an unprecedented flow of refugees and migrants with an estimated 5 million Venezuelan refugees and migrants and half a million from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras fleeing to neighbouring countries since 2015. Forced migration in these countries is associated […]

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