Gender Inequality

Let's talk about sex. Women's rights and freedoms depend on it

Ignoring the global crisis in reproductive rights is no longer an option Image: REUTERS/Alvin Baez

Yoriko Yasukawa

Senior Adviser to the Rector, University for Peace

Ingrid FitzGerald

Regional Gender and Human Rights Adviser, UNFPA

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Percentage of total demand for family planning satisfied among women aged 15-49 (UN 2015)

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