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'Old Challenges, New Hopes': a call for legal accountability for states to ensure reproductive rights
Global human rights experts released a report calling for governments to provide greater resources and accountability to ensure reproductive rights.
‘There is no such thing as a revolution starting and ending in a couple of months’
This Is Africa's Nancy Onyango caught up with Sallam on the sidelines of the recently concluded Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) forum in Brazil. She opened up about why some North Africans don't feel "African," her experience behind bars and why she thinks Egypt's revolution is far from over.Source: This is Africa
Sexuality, SRHR, and the Internet
Information technologies are now part of the chemistry of activism. The struggle for digital sovereignty and freedoms online are not new; they are a continuation of existing political struggles. This publication from ARROW for Change, is an attempt to narrativise sites of continuity, connection, and potential collaboration.
Progressive Prudes: A Survey of South African Attitudes to Homosexuality and Gender Non-Conformity
The Other Foundation and the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) released the results of a ground-breaking national survey of public attitudes to homosexuality and gender non-conformity in South Africa. For the first time in Africa, the report provides statistically sound, nationally representative data on this topic.Source: The Other Fundation
Toolkit: Whose Right to Life?
The Toolkit sets forth international and comparative legal standards for interpreting right to life protections.
Let’s Talk About Abortion
We seldom hear the word abortion in conversations people have about their health issues or those of their family.Source: ARROW
15 Resources for Activism for Safe and Legal Abortion
Today, we come together to declare that our bodies, health, and choices are our own, and cannot be held back by oppressive fundamentalisms and discourses that seek to lay claim to us.Source: The Observatory on the Universality of Rights (OURs) and AWID