The case of “Belén” in Argentina demonstrates how how public institutions regularly fail women in Argentina.
Existen materiales para docentes y hay experiencias exitosas, pero el financiamiento y la preparación idónea de la mayoría de las y los docentes, continúan siendo barreras importantes.
Despite some success in implementation, limited financial support and inadequate teacher training remain significant barriers.
The Zika virus is a wake-up call for governments everywhere to rebuild and strengthen public health systems, and to guarantee all women and girls access to contraceptives and safe abortions.
2015 was a momentous year for women—a year of impressive achievements but also extreme hardship. Here are our highlights for 2015.
Breaking the silence on sexual violence and abortion is a critical first step to advancing reproductive rights in Peru.
A bill pending before Brazil’s Congress could make it more difficult for rape victims to receive an abortion.
Stories of discrimiation and abuse of indigenous people in Mexico and throughout Latin America are widespread. A recent workshop in Oaxaca is training indigenous youth to advocate for their rights.
In 2012, Uruguay passed a landmark law permitting abortion. Women’s activists–including IWHC partner Mujer y Salud en Uruguay–have been fighting to improve the law and fending off threats to it ever since.
Women’s health and rights advocates will have to collaborate with the public sector to ensure the goals to ensure universal sexual and reproductive health care are achieved.