Will the world abort women’s rights after death of Roe v Wade?

Nov 28, 2022

“You have heard the term that when the U.S. sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold,” said Jade Maina, executive director of Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health, a health advocacy group based in Nairobi.

“This is what we are anticipating.”

She spoke as healthcare experts and advocates for women gathered in Thailand for a global family planning conference where the U.S. high court ruling was a key topic of debate.

“Most of the time, the U.S. is seen as progressive and is seen as the leader, and if the leader is going backwards, so does the people following,” she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation at this week’s meeting.

The ICFP2022 Recap Report is out now

The ICFP2022 Recap Report is out now

Unlocking the Latest Research, Innovations, and Collaborations The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) has just announced the launch of the official ICFP2022 Recap Report. The report provides a comprehensive summary of all the major highlights from the...