The Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) is a civil society institution working on issues related to health and social justice. It is a registered Charitable Trust founded in 2006 with headquarters in New Delhi. CHSJ is a resource organisation on issues of Men, Masculinity and Gender, Health rights of Marginalized Communities and Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights. CHSJ works closely with adolescents, youth as well as community leaders. CHSJ works in partnership with other civil society organization and shares learnings at global level. Learn More
CHSJ currently holds the secretariat for the following:
Forum to Engage Men (FEM): We feel that it is critical to intervene in the area of masculinities and go beyond the most obvious and visible signs and symbols of masculinities to discover knowledge as well as ideas on how boys and men can become part of movements that carry messages and actions towards gender equality. Learn More
Community of Practitioners on Accountability and Social Action in Health: COPASAH is a community where practitioners who share an interest and passion for the field of community monitoring for accountability in health interact regularly and engage in exchanging experiences and lessons; sharing resources, capacities and methods; in the production and dissemination of conceptual, methodological and practical outputs towards strengthening the field; and in networking and capacity building among member organizations.
National Coalition against Two Child Norm and Coercive Population Policies: The National Coalition Against Two-Child Norm and Coercive Population Policies has been formed as an outcome of concerns around population control and related coercion and for promoting policies that empower people to exercise their reproductive rights and choices.
ON THE GROUND
Public Dialogue on Maternal Health
April 29, 2016, Gandhi Bhawan, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Maternal Health Rights Campaign (MHRC) organised a Public Dialogue on Maternal Health in Bhopal on 29th April 2016 at the Mohaniya Hall in Gandhi Bhawan, Bhopal. The objective of the public dialogue was to shed light on the grave and poor state of maternal health services in various districts of Madhya Pradesh by means of Community Based Monitoring (CBM) carried out in 18 districts. Learn More
Article by Abhijit Das