IWHC condemns the absence of reproductive rights in the State Department’s annual Human Rights Reports, released today. The continued omission confirms that the Trump administration does not value women’s rights or health, and undermines US leadership on human rights.
Reproductive Rights Are Human Rights, the Deadly Global Gag Rules Comes Home, and Women’s “Empowerment”
Congress introduces a bill to enshrine reproductive rights as human rights while the administration moves to implement a dangerous Domestic Gag Rule and misses the mark on women's empowerment. All this and more in the latest edition of the Trumping Women's Rights Digest.
IWHC applauds the introduction of the Reproductive Rights Are Human Rights Act to US Congress. The bill would force the Trump administration to reinstate reporting on reproductive rights in the annual US State Department Human Rights Reports, which serve as a valuable tool for diplomats and advocates to hold governments accountable.
Is this the end of the Global Gag Rule? Why did the US try to block Bachelet's appointment to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights? And, how is the administration using religion to undermine access to health care? Find out in the edition of the Trumping Women's Rights Digest.
Can we finally end the Global Gag Rule? And, what does the latest turnover at the State Department mean for global sexual and reproductive health and rights? Find out in this edition of the Trumping Women’s Rights Digest.
IWHC welcomes the Kenyan government’s decision to lift the ban on abortions in Marie Stopes International clinics, and applauds the successful advocacy efforts of our grantee partner Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH).
House Democrats introduce a bill to reinstate reporting on reproductive rights, the White House receives a poor grade on sexual and reproductive health, and the administration nominates a new ambassador to the UN. This edition of Trumping Women's Rights Digest looks for accountability in the Trump-Pence administration's war on women.
The Trump-Pence administration continues to gut global health, but human rights organizations are fighting back. This edition of the Trumping Women's Rights Digest looks at efforts to hold the administration to account, and details its continued attempts to undermine commitments to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
As the international community has increased its commitment to adolescent girls' sexual and reproductive health and rights, young women with disabilities have consistently been left behind. IWHC believes that it is essential that disability rights become a key tenet of sexual and reproductive health and rights.