International Women’s Day is March 8. Every day, the Center for Reproductive Rights works to improve lives across the globe so everyone can participate as equal members of society.
- In Peru, this means fighting to ensure survivors of sexual violence aren’t re-victimized through forced motherhood.
- In Tanzania, this means advocating for the rights of adolescent girls to attend school free from invasive mandatory pregnancy testing and expulsion if pregnant.
- In Poland, this means supporting human rights defenders and organizations advocating for the right to abortion.
- In the United States, this means bringing groundbreaking lawsuits to fight extreme abortion bans and protect the health and lives of pregnant people.
- In Pakistan, this means working to ensure that those suffering from obstetric fistula can get crucial reproductive health care.
Reproductive rights are your human rights, no matter where you live.