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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.
Leaving no stone unturned, women’s health opponents are working again to eliminate funding for international family planning and reproductive health programs, as [...]
The $1000 Young Visionaries contest grant would directly fund research, activism, and travel in order to prepare the implementation of an endurance [...]
We currently have a non-profit, Focal Point Global, that is based on youth peer education through technological innovations. We would use the [...]
If we win the $1000 grant from the IWHC Young Visionaries contest, we will establish a non-profit organization that facilitates malnutrition prevention [...]
With the $1000 grant from the IWHC Young Visionaries contest we will fund a sexual health education and empowerment video campaign that [...]
If I win the Young Visionaries contest, I would take the time to break down the theories and practice of feminism into [...]
A year ago, I studied abroad in South Africa; my experience there changed my life in ways I could have never imagined. [...]
Pennsylvania makes abortion access difficult for all women, but young women in particular have to jump through extra hoops. In addition to [...]