It is with great concern that we at the Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) learned of the recent media attacks on La Colectiva Feminista para el Desarrollo Local and La Agrupación Ciudadana para la Despenalización del Aborto Terapéutico, Ético y Eugenésico, two civil society organizations comprised of women human rights defenders (WHRDs) who […]Read More
Smriti Thapa, WGNRR member in Nepal, blogged about the menstrual taboo. In some societies, including Nepal, menstruation is perceived as unclean and embarrassing, extending even to the mention of menstruation both in public (in the media and advertising) and in private (amongst the friends, in the household, and with men). Menstruating women are considered to be unpure and are banished from their homes for days.Read More
WGNRR exhorta al Presidente de Costa Rica a que regule y procure el acceso a la Fecundación in Vitro
La Directora de Incidencias y Programas de la Red Mundial de Mujeres por los Derechos Reproductivos (WGNRR por sus siglás en inglés) envió una carta al Presidente de Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís Rivera, instando al Estado costarricense a cumplir la sentencia emitida por la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (Corte IDH) respecto la regulación que permita la realización de […]Read More
Join us this August 12 in our mission and speak out against stigma faced by adolescent girls and young women living with HIV when accessing SRHR services!
Over the years, SRHR and HIV organizations and activists have called for an integrated approach to SRHR and HIV programs and services, in order to: reach a wider number of individuals and increase access to both HIV and SRH services; optimize existing healthcare infrastructures in resource-scarce settings; help reduce the stigma surrounding HIV; increase the availability and accessibility of SRH services for women living with HIV; and raise HIV awareness among women who may be unaware of their risk.Read More
We at WGNRR align ourselves with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) in their statement of support for Amnesty International´s Resolution and draft policy. The proposed policy is evidence-based, grounded in human rights and harm reduction principles, and was developed through a process of meaningful consultation with sex workers themselves. We see it as an important step forward in developing policies that effectively contribute to better safeguards for sex workers, and in turn protect their human rights, including their rights to self-determination, privacy, health, to work and free choice of employment, to associate and organize, and to be free from violence and discrimination, among others.Read More
The Global Media Foundation (GlomeF), was founded in 2005 by the human rights journalist and anti-corruption crusader, Raphael Godlove Ahenu Jr.. Dedicated to the betterment of the underprivileged and marginalized sections of society, GlomeF works in the northern sector of Ghana linking and facilitating resources for sustainable development in the following thematic areas: Sexual, Reproductive Health and Rights Human […]Read More