Indigenous Youth Assert Their Human Rights in Mexico

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.

Mexico’s Slow Reproductive Rights Advances

The state of Tlaxcala recently passed an amendment expanding the exceptions in which abortion is permitted. This is good news, but only one step in Mexico's journey to meeting women's reproductive rights.

MARIA: Social Justice and Abortion Access in Mexico

Eugenia Lopez, the Executive Coordinator from the organization Balance, in Mexico, is touring the US and visiting with women’s health advocates and stopped by to visit with us. IWHC first met Eugenia when she worked with our partner DECIDIR, a network of young Mexican activists committed to…

Encuentro Feminista

This week is the 11th feminist, reproductive rights, activist conference Encuentro Feminista in Mexico City (the link leads to a Spanish-language site). The International Women’s Health Coalition Latin America program team members will all be there, and once they get back and the dust settles, we’ll have…