Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR)
2001-09 Istanbul Turkey
Sep 2001, Istanbul (Turkey).
Advance a holistic approach to sexuality and sexual rights in member countries and at international level through advocacy, capacity-building, research, publications and campaigns; provide information and resource materials to foster national and international level policies and programmes that respect and affirm sexual rights as human rights; stimulate knowledge exchange through regional and global networks to build cross-sector solidarity on sexual health and reproductive rights, LGBTIQ rights, access to justice for gender-based violence and citizenship.
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