- Country: Uganda
- Date: 28/09/2022
Women cross borders in search of a better future for themselves and their families or fleeing various forms of violence.
Gema Fernández, Managing Attorney at Women's Link Worldwide, explains in this post how they are often separated from their children by state migration authorities
Defending those who defend: How the criminalization of abortion affects those who aid access to safe abortions
Aintzane Márquez, senior attorney at Women's Link, explains why it is essential to defend people who advocate for access to abortion in different parts of the world
Our path toward truth, justice, and reparations for victims of reproductive violence
Selene Soto Rodríguez, Senior Attorney at Women's Link, reflects on the questions that guide Women's Link's work in contexts of humanitarian crises, such as those experienced in Venezuela or Ukraine
How are digital rights and sexual and reproductive rights connected? What happens when governments block access to websites with sexual and reproductive health information? What is the role of telemedicine and self-managed abortion during crises such as the war in Ukraine or the Covid pandemic?