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Sexuality Policy Watch website!
| 18 January 2007


Sexuality Policy Watch (SPW) is a global forum composed of researchers and activists from a wide range of countries and regions of the world. It was constituted in 2002 as the International Working Group on Sexuality and Social Policy (IWGSSP).


Inspired by local and international initiatives, the SWP’s mandate is twofold: to contribute to sexuality related global policy debates through strategic policy-oriented research and analysis projects, and to promote more effective linkages between local, regional and global initiatives.

Over the past few decades, sexuality has become the focal point for political controversy and a key domain for social change. Issues such as protecting sexual freedoms and enhancing access to resources that promote sexual health are among the SWP’s central concerns.

Sexuality Policy Watch website!





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