IWHC welcomes President Biden's rescinding of the Global Gag Rule as a critical first step in securing bodily autonomy worldwide.
The incoming Biden administration offers some hope for reproductive health, rights and justice but unless the Helms Amendment is repealed, people in low-to-middle income countries will continue to be denied access to abortion services.
IWHC celebrates the election of former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris—the first woman to the executive branch. We are eager to work with the Biden administration to advance gender justice.
The Senate’s decision to confirm Amy Coney Barrett—an extreme, ideologically motivated jurist—is a direct attack on human rights and access to health care.
Statement available in Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. On July 6 and July 8, the IWHC Board of Directors received complaints from former and current employees about racism, bullying, intimidation, and a toxic work environment affecting, particularly,…
Amy Coney Barrett is an extreme ideologue that, if confirmed, will threaten decades of progress on human rights and gender justice.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a champion for gender equality and a feminist icon to millions. She leaves a lasting legacy of fighting for justice, especially for those most marginalized. IWHC is proud to have fought alongside Justice Ginsburg to secure human rights for all.
Full coverage of the Commission on Unalienable Rights available here. Today, the Commission on Unalienable Rights—an advisory body created by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo—released its final report, which reconsiders the role of human rights in US foreign policy. The International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC)…