The Trump Administration’s federal budget blueprint is a massive distortion of American priorities and jeopardizes critical programs.
Women’s rights are under attack around the globe. A recent victory can shed light on how to fight back.
More than 300 friends and supporters of IWHC gathered on the eve of International Women’s Day to honor renowned human rights champion Aryeh Neier and Pakistani activist Sheena Hadi.
A new initiative to fill the gap left by Trump’s disastrous Global Gag is welcome and much needed, but it won’t be enough.
Integrating an innovative mobile phone program into CSE toolkits could be an effective way for countries in the Global South to make progress on reducing infant and maternal mortality, keeping girls in school, and securing a healthy future for the next generation.
Over the past week we have watched with increasing alarm as the Trump Administration pursues policies that show a complete disregard for multilateralism and a disdain for institutions like the UN.
Women’s rights—and in particular reproductive rights—often act like a “canary in the coal mine” of human rights. When the overall danger to human rights is not clear to most observers, feminist activists see the first signs of what is to come.
IWHC was in Washington, DC, Manhattan, and San Francisco at the Women's March Saturday to show our support for women's health and rights.
A massively expanded version of the disastrous policy strips women of their human rights and threatens their health.