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Our Aims

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Reproductive Health Matters (RHM) is an independent non-profit organisation, promoting universal sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). RHM’s peer-reviewed journal publishes high-quality research, in-depth analysis and critical reviews across the spectrum of SRHR, generating knowledge and evidence and inspiring new thinking and action. RHM ensures overlooked SRHR issues are integrated into the research and policy agenda of the international community. RHM engages with international partners around the globe in advocating for investment in SRHR research, rights-based and evidence-based SRHR policies and programmes. RHM targets a wide range of stakeholders, including advocates, civil society, researchers, policy makers and service providers. RHM’s regional partners support the dissemination of relevant RHM publications by ensuring translation in several languages.

Promote universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights

Advocate women's right to decide whether, when and how to have children

Support evidence-based policy and programmes, equity and social justice

Inform change

Inspire new thinking and action


We promote access to sexual and reproductive health and rights for all, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation

We motivate

We inspire new thinking and action in the field

RHM Publications

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RHM journal is now published online only. If you are a subscriber but have not yet used your online access, you will need to register online to activate your subscription. For this you will need your customer reference number. If you do not have a record of your customer number, email us.
From July  2015 we will be an 'open choice' journal. This means that authors will have the option to publish their papers open access for a fee. A limited number of fee waivers will be available for authors from low-income countries. For more information see RHM publishing model.

SRHR News and Views

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Research round ups

RHM reviews articles from peer-reviewed journals and publications on sexual and reproductive health and rights.
New and important information from other sources is summarised, with a link to the original publication.