Family Planning

When Words Aren’t Enough Who’s Holding Governments Accountable on Rights?

Today, PAI President & CEO Suzanne Ehlers is joining other family planning leaders for a dialogue on human rights-based approaches to strengthen voluntary family planning efforts. The event, hosted by the Population Council, focuses on integrating human rights principles into … Continue Reading

Family Planning

With the Right Tools, Women Can Build Anything

She builds. Two words, endless possibilities. This week’s video comes from the She Builds campaign, coordinated by Devex in partnership with the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), Chemonics International, Millennium Challenge Corporation, and others. The month-long campaign highlights the … Continue Reading

Family Planning, International Policies

Negotiated CPD Outcome Brings Opportunity to Advance Reproductive Health

After several meetings and delayed decisions, it is official that there will be a negotiated outcome document at the 47th session of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development (CPD). This is great news for sexual and reproductive health … Continue Reading

Family Planning, Youth

Real Reproductive Health Takes Two Leaving Out Men and Boys Doesn’t Help Women and Girls

These are portions of the mission statements of four of the largest and most important actors within the international sexual and reproductive health and rights movement: UK Department for International Development (DFID): “We believe we should give girls and women the … Continue Reading

Standing With Syria Means Remembering Its Women

As the world marks the third anniversary of the conflict in Syria this week, Save the Children UK released this short video featuring a young girl living in London and exploring what her life would be like if she lived … Continue Reading

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Showing More With Less

Explore the interactive graphic by clicking above! Source: GreatBusinessSchools.org With interactive graphics increasing in popularity, you’ve probably seen a few that are just plain bad—either because they are visually unappealing, because the underlying data isn’t credible, or in the worst … Continue Reading