Family Planning, International Policies

PAI at the International Conference on Family Planning

  The fabulous team above is in Addis Ababa this week representing PAI at the International Conference on Family Planning. Check out our schedule of events for the rest of the week below: November 13 Official Press Conference: Women Leaders … Continue Reading

Family Planning, International Policies, Population Trends and Demography

Do You Have the Winning Ticket to Economic Growth?

Today, African ministers are gathering in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for an important conversation about how to build their economies and meet the needs of the next generation. What they may not know is they already hold the winning ticket: family … Continue Reading

Family Planning, International Policies

PAI Launches “2020 Vision” at International Conference on Family Planning

Today, PAI President and CEO Suzanne Ehlers launched 2020 Vision, our new series featuring global family planning policy insight and analysis, at the International Conference on Family Planning in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Suzanne spoke on a panel put together by the … Continue Reading

International Policies

So Close, Yet So Far: Why Aren’t Reproductive Rights Considered Human Rights?

Women are humans; therefore women’s rights are human rights. Makes sense, right? While this may be obvious to you and me, it’s rare that governments treat sexual and reproductive health and rights the same way as other human rights. It’s … Continue Reading

Financing and Aid Effectiveness, International Policies

Is the World Bank Feeling the Heat from Reproductive Health Groups?

It’s that time of year again. No, I’m not talking about US government’s budget gridlock or even back-to-school.  For those who monitor the World Bank and other International Financial Institutions (IFIs), fall is time for the World Bank and International … Continue Reading

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Day 5 Recap: It’s a Wrap

The long hours were worth it. Throughout the week, there were challenges that bordered on the surreal. No room reservations, microphones that didn’t work, emails that got caught up in the system. Admittedly modest in scope, these bureaucratic problems threatened, at … Continue Reading