Women fight to put violence on global agenda; San Francisco Chronicle warns proposition 4 threatens choice; Mitt Romney’s sex ed hypocrisy; British org publishes sex ed booklet for six-year-old students; Progress on fight against TB/HIV; Tyra Banks takes on teen pregnancy.
SRH groups meeting with the new UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health raised many key issues, including unsafe abortion; homophobia by conservative and religious groups; and access of indigenous groups and young people to adequate health services.
A report card on progress made on health at the G8 Summit gave poor marks to the world’s most powerful leaders and maternal health may be faring the worst of all.
This Thursday the UN will discuss one of the world’s most common, and most ignored, forms of terrorism: mass rape.
Blogging from an UNGASS side event about PEPFAR.
Around the world, more often than not, HIV is transmitted sexually. Here’s a radical idea: teach individuals about their sexuality so that they can more effectively protect themselves from sexual transmission of HIV.
Live-blogging on an UNGASS session on making the response to AIDS work for women and girls.
Live-blogging from the UN High Level Meeting on AIDS.
Reproductive health is not a strong enough theme in any of the millenium development goals. And as the MDGs remain a primary international development agenda at least until 2015, that means a continuing compromise for reproductive health in international development.
It’s not every day that the United States is reprimanded on the international stage for racial discrimination. But one day before International Women’s Day, a United Nations committee expressed concern about “wide racial disparities” in sexual and reproductive health in the United States.