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I was named Smriti (meaning memory) by my mom, in memory of her five year old son who she lost to illness. During my childhood, I was often reminded of how my mother had almost died giving birth to me in an obstructed and prolonged labor. My mother had also been subject to inhumane and […]
The Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) joins millions of activists and partner organizations around the world in commemorating World AIDS Day, December 1, 2017. On this day, WGNRR calls for global attention to the unmet full realization of the right to health for all people living with HIV.
November 25 marks the beginning of the annual 16 Days of Activism global campaign to end Gender Based Violence (GBV). Over the years, the Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights has mobilized activists, allies and advocates from around the world to bring awareness to the persistent and pervasive issue of GBV, including violations against the sexual and reproductive health and rights of all people.
With stringent and devastating rollbacks affecting the SRHR movement globally, the need for collective action and resistance is at an all time high. At present, WGNRR does not receive financial support or funding for our global reproductive justice campaigning. In order to continue our global campaigning, we need your support!
WGNRR welcomes the focus of the Commission of the Status of Women on gender equality and the empowerment of rural women and girls. In particular, we would like to draw the Commission’s attention to fulfilling the sexual and reproductive health and rights of rural women and girls, as a crucial component of realizing their rights, and in turn their empowerment and wellbeing.
The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed Dr. Natalia Kanem born in Panama as the Fund’s fifth Executive Director. She will succeed Dr. Babatunde whom we mourn and honor as the strong and invaluable ally in advocating for women and girls’ health and rights, including their sexual and reproductive health and rights.