The full achievement of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all is integral to the achievement of all shared global development goals. To clearly examine the links between SRHR and other development issues, IWHC and our Universal Acces …
In 2014, the International Women’s Health Coalition celebrates its 30th anniversary. Watch this video to learn more about the work IWHC does to support visionary leaders and advance the health and rights of women and girls around the world.
At the International Women’s Health Coalition’s 30th Anniversary, CNN’s Erin Burnett moderated a discussion on progress for women and girls in Africa and Asia with Fadekemi Akinfaderin (Education as a Vaccine, Nigeria), Sheena Hadi (Aahung, Pakistan) and Yvette Kathurima (FEMNET, Kenya).
In a discussion with Françoise Girard and Aryeh Neier, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflects on her early work litigating gender equality cases for the ACLU in the 1970’s, how she thinks Roe v. Wade should have been decided differently, and why she dissented in Hobby Lobby.
To mark the 30th anniversary of the International Women’s Health Coalition earlier this month, IWHC hosted a panel discussion with three young women activists to assess the progress we’ve made and address the challenges that lie ahead for women’s rights.
During his keynote speech, the Secretary-General said, “I am more convinced than ever that women’s health, especially sexual and reproductive health, is fundamental to their empowerment and gender equality. And when we empower women and foster equality, they can claim their right to health.”