H 1 Qualitative research on legal barriers to young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services.
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Access to family planning and SRH services for young people is limited to greater and lesser degrees in all countries around the world. Some barriers are prescribed by law; others derive from social, religious, moral or other beliefs and norms relating to young people’s sexuality (which themselves both shape, and are shaped by, law). This research project examines the role that legislation plays in creating barriers to access of SRH services. This desk review forms the first part of the research, providing a mapping of legislation from around the world related to SRH. The review draws out commonalities and differences across jurisdictions in an attempt to understand the various ways in which legal systems are constructed to regulate young people’s access to SRH services.
SANTE SEXUELLE ET REPRODUCTIVE ; JEUNESSE ; VIOLENCE ; OPPOSITION ; DROITS SEXUELS ET REPRODUCTIFS ; LEGISLATION ; ASPECT SOCIO-CULTUREL ; TRADITION ; ASPECT SOCIO-ECONOMIQUE ; RELIGION ; MONDE ; RAPPORTS SOCIAUX DE SEXE ; ACCES ; AVORTEMENT ; LGBT