Women's Reproductive health Rights as a Social Justice Issue

School of Business and Law
Emma Turley
Alex McEwan


Gender equality and health and wellbeing are both areas of global importance. Each has been included as a UN Sustainability Development Goal, with the aim of achieving a more sustainable future for all. Women's reproductive health rights are a social justice issue and a denial of these rights causes various social, health and psychological implications. We are interested in supervising qualitative projects on a range of topics broadly related to women's reproductive health rights both in Australia and within a global context, including but not limited to, topics such as:

  • Control over reproductive health and its impact on mental health and wellbeing
  • Legal and social inequalities in reproductive health services
  • Reproductive coercion
Medical and Health Sciences| Studies in Human Society| Law and Legal Studies
Reproductive health rights, gender inequality, women's rights

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