“Women’s Link has afforded me the privilege of constructing new paradigms in my work, of understanding our role as the new generation of feminists who use the law as an agent of social change to make gender justice a reality. The challenge of constructing an organization with its own principles is a constant reminder that […]
Posted in Global Health, WHO ; Tagged: abortion, Africa, Colombia, human rights, latin america, maternal mortality, Monica Roa, Reproductive Rights, Summer conversations, women's link, Women's rights.
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