Infertility is a global public health issue with significant human rights implications. In human rights terms, infertility affects sexual and reproductive rights (SRR), the right to health, women’s rights and disability rights. This study proposes a contribution to the development of a human rights-based approach to infertility, with a particular emphasis on the needs of infertile women in the global South.
Three research questions will form the backbone of the research:
The main goal of the research is to provide some innovative theoretical angles that will strengthen the foundations of the right of access to infertility care in a gender-sensitive manner.