Oct No church needs to provide contraception under ObamaCare. Oct Romney will appoint pro-life Justice; Obama will not. Oct Constitution does offer an inherent right to privacy.
We ensure that global policies, programs, and funding reflect the realities of local communities and meet the needs of women and girls. Currently, we are helping to develop a comprehensive U.
We have helped empower a new generation of young advocates who are now leaders in the global movement for sexual and reproductive health and rights. Regionally, we support feminist groups and young leaders to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights at the African Union and the UN Economic Commission for Africa.
We support emerging feminist and youth leaders to become effective advocates for change within their own countries and at the United Nations. Our partners work within their own countries and at the United Nations to ensure that the international development agenda prioritizes the needs of women and young people.
Our partner Aahung has reached thousands Womens reproductive rights girls and boys with essential life skills education, including information on human sexuality and preventing gender-based violence. Aahung also trains teachers and medical students.
During this five-year strategy from tomaternal mortality was reduced by 26 percent and infant mortality by 22 percent. Our partners are strengthening sexuality education programs, challenging harmful gender norms, and empowering young people to advocate for their health and rights.
We support women and youth-led organizations working to empower women and girls and ensure access to sexual and reproductive health education and services.
Currently, we support a number of efforts to prevent early and forced marriage and provide support to girls who have been forced to marry. We also partner with advocates who are leading efforts to ensure women have access to safe, legal, and comprehensive abortion services.
Our local partners are a diverse group of advocates working to advance the sexual and reproductive rights and health of women and young people. We have helped build a number of feminist organizations in the country in that time.
Today, our partners are implementing groundbreaking sexual and reproductive health and rights programs for adolescents, working to end the criminalization of abortion, and expanding access to reproductive health services by vulnerable populations.
InUruguay revised its law to allow for abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy, with some restrictions. We currently support Mujer y Salud en Uruguay to expand access to safe and legal abortion and to block legislative attacks on reproductive rights.
Current legislation criminalizes abortion except when performed to save the life of the woman, preserve her physical and mental health, and in cases of rape or incest. As a result, many women endure unsafe conditions that sometimes result in death or severe injuries.
The Astra Network, our longtime regional partner, has become one of the strongest voices defending sexual and reproductive rights in the European Union.A look back at history shows that women have made great strides in the fight for equality, including women’s suffrage and inroads in equal opportunity in the workplace and education.
Despite the tremendous progress made in the struggle for gender equality, women still face violence, discrimination, and institutional barriers to equal participation in society.
HOW WE DO IT. Through the leadership development, community organizing, policy advocacy and culture change, New Voices amplifies the voices of Black women, femmes and girls to advance Sexual & Reproductive Health, LGBTQ+ Rights, Health Care Access, Ending Gender-Based Violence, Ending Mass Incarceration and Environmental Justice.
HOW WE DO IT. Through the leadership development, community organizing, policy advocacy and culture change, New Voices amplifies the voices of Black women, femmes and girls to advance Sexual & Reproductive Health, LGBTQ+ Rights, Health Care Access, Ending Gender-Based Violence, Ending Mass Incarceration and .
Undivided Rights captures the evolving and largely unknown activist history of women of color organizing for reproductive justice—on their own behalf.
Undivided Rights presents a textured understanding of the reproductive rights movement by placing the experiences, priorities, and activism of women of color in the foreground. Using historical research, original organizational case studies.
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