This is a collection of peak body policy documents, statements and papers related to sexual and reproductive health. To suggest a document to add to this list please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Victorian Government Policy and Reforms
World Health Organisation Resources
WHO Handbook: Safe abortion care and post abortion contraception
Health worker roles in providing safe abortion care and post-abortion contraception.
WHO resource: Medical management of abortion
Medical abortion care encompasses the management of various clinical conditions including spontaneous and induced abortion (both viable and non-viable pregnancies), incomplete abortion and intrauterine fetal demise, as well as post-abortion contraception.
WHO Resource: Sexual Health, Human Rights and the Law
Drawing from a review of public health evidence and extensive research into human rights law at international, regional and national levels, the report shows how states in different parts of the world can and do support sexual health through legal and other mechanisms that are consistent with human rights standards and their own human rights obligations.
Peak Body Papers and Submissions
Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association & MSD Consensus Statement
Reducing unintended pregnancy for Australian women through increased access to long-acting reversible contraceptive methods
World Medical Association Statement on Medical Abortion
Revised advice to physicians on medically indicated termination of pregnancy has been issued by the World Medical Association in 2018.
RANZCOG Abortion Statement
This statement has been developed and reviewed by the Women’s Health Committee and approved by the RANZCOG Board and Council.
Time for a Change: Increasing the Use of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods in Australia
Statement from Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia (SH&FPA)
Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) Position Statement 4: Sexual and Reproductive Rights
In this Position Statement on Sexual and Reproductive Rights, WWDA outlines key evidence concerning ongoing violations of the sexual and reproductive rights of Australian women and girls with disability.