Join The Coalition

About the SRHR and Climate Justice Coalition

The SRHR and Climate Justice Coalition is an open and inclusive space that brings together a diversity of partners and aims to mobilize their collective strengths to advance SRHR and gender equality from a climate justice approach.

This global coalition is currently co-convened by the Asia-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW), Women Deliver, Ipas and the Women’s Environment & Development Organization (WEDO), but its coordination may change over time as the coalition works evolves. The main role of the convener organizations is to serve as the organizers and connectors of the coalition. The co-conveners arrange and facilitate coalition meetings as necessary, share information with coalition members, serve as the primary points of contact for the coalition, and manage the coalition advocacy and action plans.

The coalition emerged from the need for a space where we can break down silos between the SRHR and the Climate Justice organizations and movements, facilitate knowledge sharing, jointly mobilize, and amplify the voices and priorities of grassroots organizations, led by women, youth, girls, the LGBTQIA+ community, and Indigenous people from the Global South, particularly those most affected by climate change and without continuous access to high-quality SRH services.

Members of this Coalition include representatives of women’s rights, feminist, SRHR and climate justice organizations, movements, advocacy groups, and research and academic institutions.


In July 2021, the SRHR & CJ Coalition submitted a joint commitment at the Generation Equality Forum (GEF), a global gathering for gender equality convened by UN Women and co-hosted by the governments of Mexico and France. The coalition committed to advocate to advance the GEF Action Coalitions commitments on bodily autonomy and SRHR, and feminist action for climate justice for an initial period of 2 years, with the possibility of extending to 5 years. This forum brought together governments, civil society, youth-led groups, UN agencies and the private sector to secure commitments for gender equality.

The work of the newly established SRHR & CJ Coalition will be guided by the Terms of Reference (see here: EN/FR/ES) that have been drafted by the Coalition convener group in consultation with the member organizations. These terms describe the Coalition purpose and objectives, guiding principles and structure.


Here’s how to become a member of the Coalition:

To join the Coalition, you need to fill in the application form, through which your organization endorses the Terms of Reference (in EN/FR/ES) and provides information about your work, resources and needs. Once your application is reviewed and approved, you will be added to the SRHR & Climate Justice Coalition.

  • Step 1

Please review the Coalition Terms of Reference before joining the coalition.

  • Step 2

Please endorse the principles and provide your organization information in this form to become a member.

  • Step 3

Once your application has been reviewed for completeness and approved, you will be added to the listserve and your organization name will be reflected in the member list.

If you have questions prior to joining or do not agree to the principles,

please list your questions in the comment box at the end of the application form, instead.

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