We explore feminist faultlines around sexual and reproductive rights by questioning, learning, building evidence and creating knowledge. This strengthens our evidence basis for advocacy and helps us identify and engage with emerging issues. Some of our current work includes questioning the use of criminalization and penal systems to address sexual and reproductive rights violations through Beyond Criminalization and experimenting with alternative data collection through the Our Lived Realities project.
We explore the limitations of penal policies to address sexual and reproductive rights violations. We do this through research, strengthening alliances with other like-minded groups, and supporting our members to lead evidence-based policy advocacy.