A IWHC finalizou seu novo plano estratégico para os exercícios fiscais 2020-2024. Nossa experiência e conhecimentos únicos buscam avançar nas quatro metas seguintes nos próximos cinco anos, reconhecendo que este é um trabalho de longo prazo que continuará muito além desse período.
La IWHC ha finalizado su nuevo plan estratégico para los años fiscales 2020-2024. Nuestra experiencia y conocimiento únicos buscan promover los siguientes cuatro objetivos en los próximos cinco años, reconociendo que se trata de un trabajo a largo plazo que continuará mucho más allá de este período de tiempo.
This blog is the second in our series on the Beijing+25 process, providing analysis on the first regional meeting that took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 2019. Over the next few weeks, IWHC will continue the Beijing+25 series. Follow along, here. For young feminists navigating the United Nations, intergovernmental meetings…
IWHC has recently launched our new strategic plan for the fiscal years 2020-2024. Download the full report to learn more about our vision, mission, values, and top goals for the next five years.
The Time is Now: An Urgent Call to Action on the 25th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development
Today, global feminist leaders published a Call to Action in conjuction with more than 200 organizations worldwide demanding new, urgent and bold commitments to advance sexual and reproductive rights and gender justice.
On September 23, governments committed to deliver universal health coverage to all by 2030. Despite strong commitments to gender equality and reproductive rights, negotiations for the declaration were repeatedly threatened by the United States and other ideologically driven actors.
For 35 years, the International Women’s Health Coalition has been a bold champion for sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide. Even as we celebrate the progress we have made towards realizing women’s rights since 1984—we must also recognize that these same rights are under constant threat by leaders, governments, and other actors pushing policies…
Administration Promotes Refusals of Care In early May, the US Department of Health and Human Services released a new rule—Protecting Statutory Conscience Rights in Health Care—expanding protections for health providers that deny care based on personal or religious beliefs—so-called “conscientious objection.” The new rule applies to all health care facilities…
IWHC hosted its 2019 Annual Dinner at the Mandarin Oriental in New York on April 10 to honor fierce leaders championing the rights of women and girls.