Global Period Poverty Forum

10 - 12 October 2022

We are asking leaders to come together with a united passion and purpose to discuss menstrual health management practices and advocacy around the world.

The Global Period Poverty Forum (GPPF) will be three days of participation from 10 - 12 October 2022. It will involve discussions and actions on how we can work collaboratively to address period poverty, hearing from leaders in world menstrual hygiene. 

Discussing all topics from the supply of period products, education and using our voices to make change in our own countries but collectively around the world.

This forum will be held in Brisbane, Australia, and will be available to attend both in person and via Zoom.

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Period Pride

In early 2021 we conducted a 'Bloody Big Survey' on menstruation. The results of that survey are now in, and the Period Pride report is based on responses from more than 125,000 Australians.

This report will now enable Share the Dignity to lobby for governmental change, such as more school funding and support for those who menstruate. The hope is to affect lasting change in ensuring that all Australians have access to education around menstruation and period products when they need them.

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EOI for speakers

Are you a world leader, innovator or thought-provoker on menstruation, period poverty, or something related who is interested in presenting at the GPPF? We want to hear from you!

Advocacy
Business
Charity
Government
Menstrual health management
Research
Other

EOI to sponsor a delegate

We will be working together with corporates and philanthropic organisations to offer bursaries to cover costs of bringing leaders in Period Poverty to the Forum. If you are an organisation that would like to sponsor a delegate to attend the GPPF, please register your interest

EOI to attend GPPF

If you would like to attend this world-first Global Period Poverty Forum, which will take place in Brisbane and online via Zoom, please register your interest here and we will be in contact soon.

Advocacy
Business
Charity
Government
Menstrual health management
Research
Other