We have worked in alliance with advocates and policymakers to influence the outcome of many major UN deliberations, including the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), Commission on Population and Development (CPD), Fourth World Conference on Women, and intergovernmental negotiations related to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
For over 35 years, IWHC has advocated fearlessly, funded strategically, and partnered with feminists globally to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights and achieve gender justice. In our 2019 Annual Report, Unstoppable, we demonstrate the power of feminist movements, celebrate the immense progress that has been made on women’s rights, and outline our…
IWHC denounces the Trump administration's reckless decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization, which will further weaken US global leadership and undermine efforts to improve health and combat pandemics worldwide.
Civil society letter in support of the United Nations and the World Health Organization 20 May 2020 Mr. António Guterres Secretary-General United Nations New York, NY 10017 Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Director-General The World Health Organization Geneva, Switzerland Subject: Civil society letter in support of the United Nations…
Statement by the International Women’s Health Coalition on the occasion of the 73rd World Health Assembly Written statements exceptionally considered under provisional agenda item 3 Address by WHO Director-General devoted to the COVID-19 pandemic response in advance of the opening of the Health Assembly COVID-19 has…
The Trump administration’s plan to stop funding the World Health Organization (WHO) is a reckless move with global consequences. As we face the COVID-19 pandemic, coordinated global action is crucial. The International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC) condemns the president’s decision.
The Generation Equality Forums have been postponed until the first half of 2021 due to ongoing measures to combat COVID-19, UN Women announced today. IWHC welcomes the decision as a necessary step to prioritize global health and ensure the participation of feminist activists worldwide.
L’IWHC a finalisé son nouveau plan stratégique pour les années fiscales 2020-2024. Notre expérience et notre expertise uniques visent à faire avancer la réalisation des quatre objectifs suivants au cours des cinq prochaines années, reconnaissant qu’il s’agit d’un travail à long terme qui se poursuivra bien au-delà de cette période.
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.
Latin American and Caribbean feminists and Member States, met in Santiago, Chile for the XIV Regional Conference on Women in January. The meeting was held months after its initial postponement due to demonstrations and protests in Chile, led by feminists and other activists in response to the country’s growing social and economic inequalities.