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 Fri, 09/16/2005 - 00:00
- Kenya: Rita, "I feel cheated of my right to decide whether to give birth or not".
- Sierra Leone: Shifting Tide On Abortion Law.
- Tunisia: Tunisian Women Address Post-Revolution Access To Abortion Services.
- South Sudan: Contraceptives Give Women the Right to Choose.
- UN: Marrying Too Young, End Child Marriage Report
- 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
- Legal Empowerment of Unwed Mothers: Experiences of Moroccan NGOs
- Dossier 28: The secular state and citizenship in Muslim countries
- Dossier 27: Muslim Minorities
- Great Ancestors: Women Asserting Rights in Muslim Contexts
- Dossier 27: The Shari’a courts in the Philippines: Women, men and Muslim personal laws