Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Sexual and reproductive rights are fundamental human rights. They are the rights of everyone to make free, informed and responsible decisions and have full control over very basic aspects of one’s private life—one’s body, sexuality, health, relationships, and if, when and with whom to marry and have children—without any form of discrimination, stigma, coercion or violence. This includes rights to enjoy and express one’s sexuality, be free from interference in making personal decisions about sexuality and reproductive matters, and to access sexual and reproductive health information, education and services. (High-Level Task Force for the ICPD (2013) Policy Recommendations for the ICPD Beyond 2014: Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights for All)


The actual page is created in the framework of RHTC project ”All Equal, All Healthy: Empowering Women and Girls with Disabilities in Moldova to Exercise their Sexual and Reproductive Rights”. For this reason, under asterisk, is presented the information with accent on persons with disabilities.