VAWA Passage is a Victory for Women and Girls Worldwide

Today's passage of the Violence Against Women Act is a victory for women and girls in the United States and those living abroad.

For Women and Young People, Universal Health Insurance Is Not Enough

In this two-part blog series by IWHC's Shannon Kowalski, she discusses how the proposal for "universal health coverage" in the next post-2015 development agenda falls short when it comes to women and adolescents.

Putting Sexual and Reproductive Rights at the Center of the HIV Response

The post-2015 development agenda must focus not only on the direct determinants of HIV infection, but also the profound gender inequalities and resulting discriminatory practices which make women more vulnerable to the virus and which stand squarely in the way of addressing its spread.