Para ver la publicación original visita Hablemos de Sexo y Amor ¿Has tenido que tomar la decisión de llevar a término un embarazo o interrumpirlo? o ¿Has estado cerca de alguien que ha tomado esta decisión? Si es así, entonces este llamado será de tu interés. Diversos grupos de defensores y defensoras de los derechos sexuales […]Read More
La Red Mundial De Mujeres por los Derechos Reproductivos (RMMDR) expresa su preocupación tras ataques contra defensoras de derechos sexuales y reproductivos en El Salvador.
La Red Mundial De Mujeres por los Derechos Reproductivos (RMMDR) expresa su preocupación tras tener conocimiento de los recientes ataques en contra de La Colectiva Feminista para Desarrollo Local y de La Agrupación Ciudadana para Despenalización del Aborto Terapéutico, Ético y Eugenésico en medios de comunicación locales en El Salvador. Las dos organizaciones de la sociedad civil están conformadas […]Read More
This September 28, the Global Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion, WGNRR is calling on our members, partners and allies to #BustTheMyths surrounding abortion and fight #AbortionStigma and discrimination!
Join us in emphasizing the positive realities derived from access to safe and legal abortion, the beneficial changes at individual, communal, and societal levels that abortion access has brought about in countries worldwide, and the importance of abortion as an essential social good and a human right!Read More
El Salvador has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world, with abortion criminalized in all cases, even when the woman’s life or health is at risk, or in cases of rape or incest. One of the most serious consequences of the total ban is the incarceration and wrongful imprisonment of numbers of women who have suffered pregnancy-related complications and miscarriages. The total ban has also fed and perpetuated the widespread proliferation of abortion-related stigma. Produced, reproduced and reinforced at individual, community, institutional, cultural, and legal levels, abortion stigma has particularly grave impacts in restrictive settings, not only on those who may seek an abortion or are suspected of having an abortion, but also on WHRDs who work to defend sexual and reproductive rights.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
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