DC Rally for Women’s Health Emphasizes Autonomy, Agency for Women and Girls

“We decide! We decide! We decide!” the four thousand supporters chatted in unison around me in front of the Capitol Building at the Rally for Women’s Health in Washington DC yesterday.  We were advocating for the women’s health funds that could be jeopardized…

Building Bridges Across Cultures for Sustainable Development

Encouraging sustainable international development—which ultimately benefits women and girls by ensuring greater access to health and rights—requires breaking down barriers, building understanding and relationships, and encouraging new and diverse perspectives to be shared across the globe. After hosting and attending a very special international event last night, I am filled with hope that we are…

The World Cup May Be Over, But The Conversation's Just Getting Started

In June, IWHC and Sierra Club co-hosted an advocacy training in San Francisco.  As part of the training, participants were encouraged to host related events in their own communities. The following  post was written by Rosemari Ochoa, one of the training participants who went on to host an event in San Diego, California.