This year’s theme, Bridging the Divide: Operationalizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Nexus, asks presenters to share findings and lessons learned from working on SRHR at the intersections of the humanitarian, development and peace sectors. The meeting aims to progress beyond rhetoric around the need for interlinkages across sectors in order to inform actionable next steps for the IAWG community.
In addition to abstracts submitted to the agenda, other ways to showcase work include:
- Conduct a demonstration session,
- Present a case study for our “Failing Forward” session,
- Host a side event.
Submissions for these opportunities are no longer open.
Attendees share new or underutilized technologies and innovations for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in humanitarian settings during the “demonstration session.” This session is comprised of hands-on exhibits, skills demonstrations, audio and video presentations, and discussions with experts – topics that lend themselves to an interactive presentation format are encouraged.
This year, IAWG will host a new session on approaches, initiatives, programs, etc. that were unsuccessful. This session is a round-table style where participants have the opportunity to rotate to multiple tables. At each table, the host gives a brief presentation (5-7 minutes) on a failed approach. The host will then lead participants in a discussion of how challenges could have been addressed, how the approach might be adapted, learnings, ways forward etc. This session will require an RSVP and is closed to donors at this time.
Side events hosted by other attending organizations may take place during the week of the IAWG meeting. Check back soon for a list of these events.