Menstrual product standards consultation
This consultation offers a dialogue about menstrual product standards from the perspectives of manufacturers and producers to better understand the current types of self-regulation to ensure quality assurance in lieu of solid international or national standards, with contributions by:
This project aims to center the marginalized voices of those working on menstrual health. It aims to uncover and bring to light the ways in which western, colonial attitudes have influenced what we accept as normal menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) beliefs and practices. Through conversations with key stakeholders and thought leaders in the field, we aim to explore the influence of colonialism on MHH through their eyes, their experiences and their voices.
The objective of this project is to generate awareness about female genital mutilation / cutting. (FGM.C.). The event series included panel discussions, interviews with guest speakers, film screenings, a photo- and art exhibition and a vulva modeling workshop. Partners included:
The Case for Menstruation at Women Deliver
More than 8,000 people from 165 different countries came to Women Deliver in Vancouver to advance gender equality & the health and rights of girls and women. Downstairs at the Fuelling Station, 'The Case for Menstruation' (booth 160) came alive with an menstrual advocacy programme of new research, product demonstrations, expert talks and more.
It's Bloody Time - Event Series
Berlin-based event series focused on menstrual health awareness-raising, education, policy, and social enterprise.
The Berlin Female Health Collective
The MH Hub started an informal gathering of people who are interested in the topic of female health to meet monthly. Ranging from menstrual health to contraception to breast cancer and sexuality, this group has become a very active Facebook group of over 600 members.