In a first of its kind collaboration, transdisciplinary Australian researchers, activists, and policy makers came together for the Menstruation, Law and Justice Symposium on 16 February 2023 at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, on the lands of Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. They shared their research relating to menstruation as it intersects with children’s rights, disability rights, gender rights, health, human rights, Indigenous women’s health, industrial relations, law, political economy, psychology, public health, sociology, and tax law and policy. Based on the knowledge and information shared, the undersigned Symposium participants propose the following Policy Recommendations for reform by all levels of government in Australia to advance human rights and justice for menstruators.

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