Sex is politics - where is the money?

Published 4/6/2016 | Updated 4/6/2016

A tracking of financial resources for sexual and reproductive health and rights within Swedish Development Assistance 2006 – 2014.

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The year 2015 marks a policy shift in the global agenda for sustainable development.

Three high level meetings have taken place, with the purpose of bringing world leaders together to establish a common agenda.

The future will tell if these commitments are translated into real changes in people’s lives.

This is RFSU:s report 2015.


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