If 2015 was the year the period went public, 2018 was the year menstruation won its spotlight at the United Nations. From the Commission on the Status of Women to the High Level Political Forum and the Human Rights Council, menstruation has become part and parcel of conversations between delegates, resolutions and outcome documents that address the importance of menstrual health and its impact on development and human rights.
Now we need to ask ourselves – how can we seize on this current momentum to ensure that menstrual health is comprehensively integrated into the human rights and sustainable development agendas of 2019? How can we turn the momentum into a movement? What needs to come next?
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