What We’re Reading: On World Humanitarian Day, What “More” Can We Do for Women and Girls?

Today is World Humanitarian Day: a day that commemorates people who have lost their lives in humanitarian service and celebrates the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the world. It is also an opportunity to raise awareness about humanitarian emergencies and … Continue Reading

Reproductive Rights Don’t Stop At Our Borders How We Get Beyond the Domestic/International Divide to Support Women Everywhere

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a passionate advocate for women’s reproductive rights. For four years, I worked on the domestic landscape, raising resources for policies to support American women’s access to the services they need and … Continue Reading

The Other Half Engaging Men and Boys in Reproductive Health and Gender Equality

Él es mi media naraja: “He is the other half to my orange.” During my Peace Corps service in El Salvador, many women would describe their husbands to me this way. It seemed like the perfect description for how men … Continue Reading

The Wrong Decision for Women, and Our Reputation Abroad

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby is a disgrace that will hurt American women, as well as the United States’ reputation abroad. Read our official statement from President and CEO Suzanne Ehlers: How can we advance the … Continue Reading

State By State, Abortion Access is Under Attack

Since Roe V. Wade legalized abortion at the federal level in 1973, states have had control in regulating abortion access. Over the last few decades, many states have increasingly restricted abortion access through legislation. We hear about challenges to existing … Continue Reading

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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