Reproductive Health Matters celebrates 25 years of research, inspiring new thinking and action
This year, we mark 25 years since RHM’s beginnings. In October 1992, a group of women’s health advocates from different parts of the world identified the need for a platform to publish research that gave voice to women’s perspectives on reproduction. This led to the creation of the journal, Reproductive Health Matters.
In this ever-changing environment, RHM is strengthening its role and expanding the scope of its work to respond to evolving SRHR research, policy and advocacy. As we move into the next 25 years, RHM’s mission will be to share and use knowledge and evidence for the advancement of SRHR.
Read more in this month’s editorial: Sexual and reproductive health and rights matters: a new age
Reproductive Health Matters (RHM) promotes universal sexual and reproductive health and rights via our open access, peer-reviewed journal and advocacy.
The RHM journal publishes research, in-depth analysis and critical reviews across the spectrum of SRHR, generating knowledge and evidence and inspiring new thinking and action. In addition, we support advocacy and inform global, regional and local policy discussions to ensure investment in overlooked SRHR issues, research, rights-based and evidence-based policies and programmes.
We have a presence in London, Geneva and Cape Town, and work with regional partners in Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Peru, and Russia to promote the dissemination of our publications in seven languages.