We Decide, We Resist, and We Exist. From Radical Tenderness
The young women of We Lead’s Community of Action (CoA) in Guatemala decided to tell their stories through portraits of their bodies in the booklet “We Decide, We Resist, and We Exist. From Radical Tenderness”. This strong stance calls attention to the various specific demands of these women rightsholders.
Case Study: Promoting Regional Collaboration for Youth-led Advocacy
This case study examines how the Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights has built and supported a grassroots sub-regional youth movement to enhance young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services and information, including safe and legal abortion.
Contextual analysis on the age of consent for adolescents’ access to SRHR in malawi
The Regional SRHR Fund developed a Malawi Age of Consent contextual analysis with the aim to support the undertaking of an evidence-led advocacy process by focusing on age of consent barriers to adolescents’ access to SRH services in Malawi.
Case Study – Ending child marriages among girls with disabilities
The case study is part of the Regional SRHR Fund’s documentation of case studies aimed at supporting cross learning and knowledge sharing to enable organizations conceptualize, design and coordinate adolescent SRHR advocacy. This initiative has been made possible with support from Sida through the Regional SRHR Fund.
The Regional SRHR Fund developed a policy brief with the aim to support law, policy and practice that promote and protect adolescents’ access to SRH information and services in East and Southern Africa.
Putting people living with, affected by, and at risk of HIV at the forefront of the AIDS response
HIV and AIDS are not purely medical problems. They are development and human rights issues. This has been Hivos’ conviction since the early 1990s when we were one of the first development organizations to respond to the pandemic.
The We Lead partnership (2021 – 2025) is committed to protecting the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of adolescent girls and young women. This manifesto explains what we collectively stand for.