In a region where in-clinic access to safe abortion is extremely limited, a harm-reduction model of care is helping women safely self-induce—and take back their reproductive freedom.
The newly enacted Women, Peace and Security Act gives women reserved seating at the peace-talk table.
The Trump administration is continuing to attack reproductive rights, net neutrality and even individual female journalists—and they’re standing firm with Roy Moore in the wake of rape accusations by multiple women.
U.S. servicewomen—who have higher rates of unintended pregnancy than civilian women—do not have adequate access to abortion services and related care.
In a move that elevates women’s role in the prevention and resolution of conflict globally, Clare Hutchinson has been appointed as NATO’s Special Representative for women, peace and security.
“What we need are truly radical and revolutionary transnational movements, not small cocoons.”
Casey Camp-Horinek is a Ponca Nation Councilwoman, elder and long-time Indigenous rights and environmental activist currently fighting on the front lines of the movement to stop the Keystone XL pipeline.
“Solutions have to be led by the people that are most impacted, so this is a call for women’s leadership and solution-making—and when you juxtapose that against the underrepresentation of women in solution-making and decision-making around solutions, it’s a clear call to action.”
Neha Misra is a social entrepreneur, poet, visual folk artist and global champion for improving sustainable energy access by advancing women’s leadership.
“Climate change is not an issue of science, but an issue of social justice.”