Where would the world be without the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? What body would have the moral authority to set the standard for nations everywhere? The answer: The United Nations.
Ministers from the developed and developing world launched a new International Health Partnership, but the partnership only referenced, rather than committed to, reproductive health.
Domestic women’s rights advocates are gearing up for a renewed CEDAW ratification fight. But do they realize what effect passing an abortion-neutral CEDAW might have on reproductive rights in other countries?