Consensus to Action: Meeting Overview

This brief describes the outcomes of a meeting, held September 20, 2016, with 65 experts in the field of sexual and reproductive health to examine and design solutions to making long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) more widely available to young people as part of efforts to expand contraceptive choice and access. The meeting built on the momentum generated from a two-day technical consultation in 2015 on the same subject and launch of the global consensus statement on expanding contraceptive choice for youth to include LARCs.

  • Publication date: November 2017