End Period Poverty, Period.

Periods. Half the world gets them but far fewer have easy access to sanitary products.

The existence of period poverty is a fundamental human rights issue which reveals much about the health society.

And when it comes to young people, the problem is far from addressed here in South Australia.

Get involved to make a difference with the Commissioner’s Endperiodpovertyperiod. Campaign which begins on 8 March 2020 (International Women’s Day) and continues through to 28 May 2021 (International Menstrual Hygiene Day).

The issue.

In South Australia there are young people who cannot afford to buy sanitary hygiene products when they have their period.

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The solution.

Some places are getting it right, or at least starting to. Let’s explore what positive change looks like.

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Get involved.

Sign the petition

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Register your interest in partnering with the Commissioner for Children and Young People to find effective ways to end period poverty for young people in South Australia

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