This week IPPF/WHR is joining health advocates from around the world to celebrate every woman’s right to dignity, respect, and skilled healthcare on the second annual International Day for Maternal Health and Rights. Maternal health encompasses the health of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and...Read more
This week IPPF/WHR is joining health advocates from around the world to celebrate every woman’s right to dignity, respect, and skilled healthcare on the second annual International Day for Maternal Health and Rights. Maternal health encompasses the health of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and...Read more
The years 2014 and 2015 will be remembered in Chile as a period of significant social and political transformations. Tax, education, and election reforms, as well as the civil union agreement for straight and gay couples, are clear examples of the vanishing of the most conservative legacies of the...Read more
The years 2014 and 2015 will be remembered in Chile as a period of significant social and political transformations. Tax, education, and election reforms, as well as the civil union agreement for straight and gay couples, are clear examples of the vanishing of the most conservative legacies of the...Read more
Today marks the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade – the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in the United States. This was a major victory for women and reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates in the U.S. because it finally placed the decision to terminate a pregnancy where...Read more
Today marks the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade – the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in the United States. This was a major victory for women and reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates in the U.S. because it finally placed the decision to terminate a pregnancy where...Read more
The Dominican Republic made history this week when it decriminalized abortion in certain cases after hours of intense debate. The text of the approved legislation permits abortion in cases of rape, incest or malformations of the embryo. It also establishes that “the interruption of pregnancies...Read more
The Dominican Republic made history this week when it decriminalized abortion in certain cases after hours of intense debate. The text of the approved legislation permits abortion in cases of rape, incest or malformations of the embryo. It also establishes that “the interruption of pregnancies...Read more
Once again, we've had a year of ups and downs, a year of strong stands for women's rights and crushing defeats. Here's a quick run-down of some of the most memorable moments of 2014: - Last month, the Chamber of Deputies in the Dominican Republic put forward a measure to reinforce- and strengthen-...Read more
“To be a woman of reproductive age in El Salvador is dangerous.” – Lilian Sepúlveda, Center for Reproductive Rights Cristina knows the truth behind this statement all too well. A few years ago she suffered a miscarriage during a wanted pregnancy, resulting in loss of consciousness and her baby. Her...Read more