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Registered charity no.1040450 England
Limited company registered no.2959883

reproductive
health matters

Reproductive Health Matters (RHM) is an independent charity, producing in-depth publications on reproductive and sexual health and rights for an international, multi-disciplinary audience. The RHM journal is produced twice a year. It is distributed free to developing country institutions and organisations, and is available elsewhere by subscription. The RHM journal is in English and there are editions in seven other languages. RHM also organises international workshops to explore new, controversial and neglected issues.

RHM exists to

  • promote laws, policies, research and services that meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of women and men
  • support women's right to decide whether, when and how to have children
  • motivate improvements in policy, services and practice
  • inspire new thinking and action in the field.

We are inviting applications for the post of Editor of the RHM Journal

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Submissions for the November 2014 journal issue are now open.

Submitting a paper: changes you need to know about -

RHM's submission and peer review system is now online at: http://ees.elsevier.com/rhm/. All submissions must be received through this system, which is operated by our publisher, Elsevier. Requests for peer reviews, and the process of submitting reviews, will also come through this system.

RHM's author and submission and peer review guidelines have been updated and can be found on the "for authors" and "for peer reviewers" pages.

RHM is now also accepting video submissions. Please see the "for authors" page for our video submission guidelines.

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latest issue

Population, environment and sustainable development
population, environment and sustainable development
rhm 43
May 2014

 
 

New development paradigms post-2015 for health, SRHR and gender equality
new development paradigms post-2015 for health, SRHR and gender equality
rhm 42
November 2013