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New Learning Briefing-using models of menstrual experience to increase impact

Download this new learning briefing, co-authored by Irise and academics at Burnet Institute, The University of Western Australia and the University of Leeds, to find out how using models of menstrual experience could increase the impact of your work.

The briefing draws on two systematic reviews of experiences of menstruation across high and low income contexts and Irise’s experiences using the findings in programming and advocacy work.

Complete the form below to access the learning briefing.




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