The 10th International Women and Health Meeting (IWHM) marks nearly two and a half decades of global feminist solidarity
The 10th International Women and Health Meeting (IWHM) seeks to highlight politics, policies and issues that adversely affect women's health and simultaneously bring out the linkages and interconnections of these seemingly disparate phenomena.
Submitted on Thu, 09/15/2005 - 23:00
- CHILD BRIDES IN AFGHANISTAN: Overview of Situation, Challenges and Options
- In the Flesh: Female Sex Work & HIV in the Middle East & North Africa
- Sri Lanka: Coercive Population Control in Kilinochchi
- Nigeria's child brides: 'I thought being in labour would never end'
- Indonesia: Female students may be forced to undergo 'virginity tests'
- Rights Must Be At the Center of the Family Planning Summit: Civil Society Declaration
- Europe: Action for Women Human Rights Defenders
- Update: Kyrgyzstan: Continued access to abortion - safe, for now
- UN: Reproductive Health Goal Dropped
- Kyrgyzstan: Support the campaign to ensure continued access to abortion
- Reclaiming and Redefining Rights: ICPD+20: Status of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Middle East and North Africa
- Substantive Equality and Reproductive Rights: A Briefing Paper on Aligning Development Goals with Human Rights Obligations
- Early and Forced Marriage in the Islamic Republic of Iran
- Legal Empowerment of Unwed Mothers: Experiences of Moroccan NGOs
- Dossier 28: The secular state and citizenship in Muslim countries