Let’s move our Legislators and make them ratify The Treaty for the Rights of Women!
A slew of state bills to establish precedents for “fetal homicide” have at least one thing in common—little mention of the women actually involved in the incidents.
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Women need to start assuming equality at all levels as our perfect right, as boys and men are socialized to do from birth. And then we need to act.
A coalition in Nicaragua has formally requested that the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights demand the Nicaraguan government take urgent measures to protect the life of Amelia, a 27-year-old Nicaraguan woman with metastatic cancer refused a therapeutic abortion under the country’s draconian law.
Women around the world are playing their part. Are you? Way to go Burkina Faso for playing their part!
Currently, Washington State policy still allows shackling of pregnant women in some cases. But advocates are pursuing legislative efforts to ensure a complete prohibition on shackling of pregnant women.
Women in the U.S. are far better off in terms of rights; yet, the U.S. has not ratified CEDAW, a treaty that issues gender equality. While women leaders still rise out of hardships and inequality, gender equality fosters development and leadership.
Pennsylvania makes progress on bill to limit the shackling of imprisoned women during labor and childbirth
Choice is the conscience decision-making process we engage in to do what is best for ourselves, our homes, and our families. It is having access to information. It is having access to our options. And it is being able to carry out our decisions. Choices are sometimes easy, sometimes difficult; sometimes our own, sometimes made for us; sometimes public, sometimes private. But they are what make us human. And humans are too complex to legislate.