Who They Are
After two weeks of fierce negotiations at the United Nations’ annual Commission on the Status of Women, on March 15 more than 130 governments committed to ending violence against women and girls, and reached strong agreements to promote gender equality and ensure access to sexual and reproductive health services.
Today’s passage of the Violence Against Women Act is a victory for women and girls in the United States and those living abroad.
Last night, as midnight approached, Uruguay’s House of Representatives voted 50-49 to allow abortion up to the 12th week of pregnancy. The [...]
I am sure Joan Dunlop would have loved to know what I was doing last week in Mozambique: a press briefing on [...]
Leaving no stone unturned, women’s health opponents are working again to eliminate funding for international family planning and reproductive health programs, as [...]
Soy uno de los jóvenes que forma parte del equipo que impulsa el proyecto Punto J: www.puntoj.com.pe, un portal web a través [...]
My vision for young people is gainful and sustainable employment creation. My vision will be the set up of a household waste [...]
I am working as a Coordinator for the Youth Advisory Panel, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA Pakistan, and two months ago I initiated [...]
The current, much ignored situation of ewaste dumping in Ghana is growing at an alarming rate. Young boys and girls from extremely [...]
Sexual and reproductive health is a concern for all people, especially young women who have unique health concerns. Not all women have [...]