The organization TARSHI has been boldly taking on sexuality issues in India for more than 15 years.
Activists in Latin America are mobilizing and demanding action from policymakers to address gender-based violence after a recent rash of femicides.
Next week, governments, NGOs, and business leaders will meet to hammer out funding for the Sustainable Development Goals, the strongest global consensus on recognizing women’s rights and addressing the causes of gender inequality and poverty.
Esther Kimani and Jedidah Maina are effecting change in local communities and fostering a new generation of activists.
India has made significant strides towards recognizing sexual rights over the past decade, but cultural, policy, and social challenges continue to limit progress. Child marriage persists, even though it is illegal. Some 47 percent of the nation’s 20–2 …
Measuring the impact of comprehensive sexuality education programs can be tricky. A recent meeting explored new and innovative ways.
Holly Gordon, creator of Girl Rising, spoke about the film and its impact in communities worldwide at a Leadership Council Luncheon, with IWHC President Françoise Girard, on April 21, 2015.
Damaris trained generations of passionate advocates for young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Enhancing access to sexual and reproductive health services for youth is not enough. We must also remove barriers to these services.
Twenty years ago, countries agreed that providing comprehensive sexuality education was critical to the well-being and development of adolescents. But progress on this commitment is far from fulfilled.