A recent panel at the Wilson Center discussed how achieving the goals of the 2030 Agenda rests largely upon how successful the world is in advancing the rights of adolescent girls.
South African writer and activist Sisonke Msimang spoke about the country's emerging movement for gender equality at a recent IWHC luncheon.
A panel of experts gathered at the UN Tuesday afternoon to discuss the most effective programs to end child marriage.
Youth participation in advocating for sexual and reproductive health and rights policymaking has flourished over the past 20 years.
Nearly 30 percent of young women experience sexual or intimate partner violence before they are 24. Three kinds of programs hold promise for stopping violence before it starts.
Every January, we like to take stock of the gains we’ve made to safeguard the health and rights of women and girls around the world. Last year was a difficult. But we also saw reasons for optimism.
In a special supplement, experts review the body of evidence on effective programs for adolescent sexual and reproductive health.
The world’s youth still face many of the same obstacles that prevent them from leading healthy lives that they did 20 years ago.
Thirty percent of women worldwide have experienced physical or sexual abuse by an intimate partner.
The humiliating, traumatizing tests are pointless and don't prove anything.