April 2018

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

Misogyny Kills: One Week on from Toronto

One week on from the attack, the term ‘incel’ remains all over news sites and social media. Short for ‘involuntarily celibate’, it refers to online groups of men who believe that they are unable to experience sexual relationships because women unjustly deny them sex.

Breaking the Taboo: Sex During Pregnancy

Phew, maybe you’re thinking…this girl gets straight to the point! And it’s true, because in this blog I want to talk about sexuality both during pregnancy and afterwards once the baby arrives. I have noticed that sex is kind of an awkward subject for women

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

If ‘women’s rights are human rights’, why are so many women around the globe still unable to access these rights in 2018? 

Global Healthcare: is there a Perfect System?

“It is easier to complain about a problem than it is to create a solution.” This statement goes against everything I believe in. Yet, the truth is, I am often guilty of shouting into the ether or holding up a sign with words of disdain

Health Heroes on the Front Lines

At CARE, we want to say thank you to all health heroes, wherever you are. We appreciate you, and your commitment to helping others.

Barriers to Education Equality in Latin America

An estimated 15% of all pregnancies per year in Latin America occur in girls younger than 20 years old, and 2 million children in the region are born to mothers between the ages of 15 and 19.

Changing the Narrative of Inequity

I recently gave a TEDx talk – Confidently Changing the Narrative of Inequity. I believe that although not an easy charge, we can change the narrative of inequity through conversation.

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