In the heat of the current political climate, amid rampant assaults on reproductive rights across the United States, it’s easy to lose sight of the progress that’s being made around the world.
But the trends are undeniable: One nation after another is liberalizing its laws. Each year brings new victories enshrining reproductive freedom in international law as a fundamental human right.
And the driving force behind many of the most important advances over the past two decades has been the Center for Reproductive Rights.
On Wednesday, October 26, the Center presents Zoom Out: A Global View of Reproductive Rights—a cocktail party celebrating vital progress, looking ahead to the challenges that loom on the horizon, and galvanizing support as the organization marches on into its 20th anniversary year.
Please join us in the Sky Room atop New York City’s iconic New Museum as we renew our shared commitment to beat back the attacks that threaten reproductive freedom—and to continue our tireless fight for the dignity, equality, health, and autonomy of all women worldwide.
Zoom Out: A Global View of Reproductive Rights Wednesday, October 26 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. The New Museum 235 Bowery New York City
Speakers will include:
Nancy Northup, President and CEO, Center for Reproductive Rights Luisa Cabal, Director of International Legal Program, Center for Reproductive Rights Regina Tamés, Executive Director, Information Group on Reproductive Choice (Mexico)