Sexual/reproductive rights & health

2004 campaign theme "For the Health of Women, For the Health of the World: No More Violence."
The first extensive examination of laws and policies that influence women’s reproductive health in five countries of the region: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
A compilation of some of the planned activities of members and supporters of Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights 'Women's Access To Health' Campaign.
Le site offre des informations sur l’ALCS et d’autres associations, un forum de discussion, un dossier VIH/ IST/ Hépatites/ accès aux traitements, une revue de presse internationale et une rubrique "information" mise à jour.
An unprecedented worldwide public education effort to raise public awareness about the devastating effect of the bishops’ ban on condoms, sponsored by Catholics for a Free Choice.
Critics have said the decision suggests the Church values the life of an unborn child above the well-being and safety of a woman.
The patriarchal notion that women’s bodies and sexuality belong not to themselves, but to their families and society, is reflected not only in customary practices, but is also sanctioned by the penal and civil codes in all of the countries in the region.
Pain bénit pour les associations de lutte antiavortement du monde entier, le pape va canoniser le 16 mai, lors d’une cérémonie officielle sur la place Saint-Pierre à Rome, une femme qui a choisi de mourir pour sauver l’enfant qu’elle attendait.
"Inertia and sexism has plagued the response to HIV/AIDS and we will continue to lose vast numbers of women as a result."
A proposal by 13 Muslim scholars that abortion be legalized for pregnancy caused by rape or incest has sparked a variety of reactions among religious leaders.