Dani spends a lot of time ranting about the need for good menstrual health for everyone, everywhere.
If you’re interested in the topic and what you can do to help, check out the links below.
2022 Using models of menstrual experience to increase impact (explains how policy-makers, practitioners, evaluators and advocates can use Barrington et al. and Hennegan et al.‘s models of menstrual experience to improve lives!)
2022 Interview on improving menstrual experiences (listen 1:48:20 to 1:58:30). ABC Regional Drive (radio)
2021 Sanitation, Toilets and Menstruation. The Meaning of Health (podcast)
2020 Water, Sanitation and Menstruation Stigma. Everybody Hates Me: Let’s Talk About Stigma (podcast)
2020 The Sidekick Manifesto. Water You On About? (podcast)
2017 The Comfort Kit Presents. The Comfort Kit (video)
2016 About Share the Dignity. Share the Dignity (video)
2014 Menstruation Matters. Peppermint Magazine (online)
2022 Improving menstrual health: more than just providing pads. O&G, Magazine of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
2019 It will take a lot more than free menstrual pads to end period poverty. The Conversation
2019 Ending period poverty: Stopping shame is essential. Policy Forum
2016 How the ‘tampon tax’ violates human rights. The Establishment
2019 Menstrual health and hygiene among Indigenous Australian girls and women: barriers and opportunities. BMC Women’s Health
2018 Water, sanitation and hygiene systems in Pacific Island schools to promote the health and education of girls and children with disability: A systematic scoping review. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development
2022 Understanding the menstruator (video link and embedded below), Menstrual Waste Disposal Webinar Series, UNHCR/UNFPA/Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition
2021 Drivers of Menstrual Material Disposal and Washing Practices: Why we cannot ignore individual’s behaviour when making engineering decisions (conference paper). 42nd WEDC International Conference, Loughborough, UK
2019 Menstrual experiences in high income countries (pdf of slides). Evidence and Data Working Group of UK Period Poverty Taskforce, Department for Education, London, UK.
2019 Menstrual health: research, policy and action in the UK context (pdf of slides), Ending Period Poverty by 2030: From Research to Impact, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.