Erin Aylward: How gains for SRHR in the UN have remained possible in a changing political climate
2015 Scholar Erin Aylward has co-authored an article in the journal Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters entitled How gains for SRHR in the UN have remained possible in a changing political climate.
The article provides an overview of sexual and reproductive health and rights gains and setbacks within the UN Human Rights Council and analyses their broader significance, particularly as socially conservative nation states and non-governmental organisations seek to challenge them.
Erin Aylward is a practitioner and researcher of transnational advocacy, gender equality, and LGBTI human rights. As a doctoral candidate in Political Science at the University of Toronto, Erin's research examines the polarization of sexual rights within international relations.