IWHC Supports the March for Black Women

  • September 26, 2017

IWHC is an official partner of the March for Black Women, which will be held in Washington, DC, on September 30, and will be echoed in 17 town hall meetings and sister marches throughout the United States.

2030 Agenda: What Does it Mean for the U.S.?

The U.S. has committed to achieve the 2030 Agenda domestically, but it also has an important role to play as a global leader in ensuring that this ambitious agenda stays true to its commitment to women and girls worldwide.

What the Omnibus Spending Bill Means for Women’s Rights Worldwide

While holding the line on family planning and reproductive health funding is extremely important and a significant victory in the current political climate, it is not enough.

From Cameroun to Maine: Who Dictates What's Best for People Living with HIV/AIDS?

Last week, Quinta Layin Tuleh, a 28-year old woman from Cameroun, was given an unprecedented, extended jail sentence by Judge Woodcock in Maine in order “to protect her unborn child.” Tuleh is pregnant, living with HIV, and in violation of immigration laws, which is why she was ostensibly…