sexual and reproductive health and rights

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

Women in Leadership: Julonna Peterson, St Vincent Planned Parenthood

As part of our Women in Leadership series, one of IPPF’s Member Associations’ youngest Executive Directors, 26-year-old Julonna Peterson, shares her stance on sex education, supporting the LGBTI+ community, and the importance of youth representation in St Vincent. Already holding a degree in Psychology with Sociology, Julonna continues to further her education in public health studying for a MSc in

Evalin Karijo Leading Youth Advocacy Movements in the Pandemic

Leading Youth Advocacy Movements in the Wake of COVID-19

Nobody ever prepares you adequately for the long and winding road of leadership. One has to be brave enough to quickly rise to the challenge. For Evalin Karijo, her youth leadership role at Amref Health Africa – especially during this time of the pandemic –

Moving Closer to the Legalization of Abortion in Argentina by SAAF for Girls' Globe

Moving Closer to the Legalization of Abortion in Argentina

The coronavirus pandemic has forced countries to take urgent measures to stop the spread of the infection, and we understand the need to give priority to the global health crisis we are currently facing. We also know that, sooner rather than later, we will achieve the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy Act in Argentina.

Join us LIVE at ICFP2018!

We’re excited to announce that Girls’ Globe will be part of the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning in Rwanda next week. From Monday 12 – Thursday 15 November, we’ll join thousands of advocates, young people, political leaders, scientists, policymakers and researchers from within the

Happy World Contraception Day!

Do you know about World Contraception Day? It was launched in 2007 with the mission of improving contraception awareness and empowering youth with the ability to arrive at informed decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. World Contraception Day (WCD) celebrates this concept every September

The Deliberately Silenced and Preferably Unheard

“There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’. There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard.” – Arundhati Roy It is popular in certain humanitarian circles to talk about the importance of “being a voice for the voiceless”. Many have pushed back against

Tying the Tubes: It’s Time We Took Women Seriously

While tubal ligation is not a major surgery rife with side effects, it is still surgery. Most people will consider it – seriously – before requesting it. So why does it seem to be something people assume is a fleeting fancy?

What do Men have to do with Women’s Reproductive Rights?

We need men around the world, from the heads of foreign assistance, to health policymakers, to male partners and husbands to join women and show in their voting, their voices, and their decisions that they stand up every day for women’s reproductive rights.

Family Planning Summit 2017: Transforming #HerFuture

On 11 July, family planning champions from around the world gather to talk about how to reach more women & girls with modern contraception than ever before at the Family Planning Summit 2017 in London.

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