Valentina Zendejas speaking on the side-event Abortion Stigma, Criminalization and Restrictive Laws and Policies during the 27th Session of the Human Rights Council.
To commemorate the 2014 Global Day of Action for the Decriminalization of Abortion, the panel explores the linkages between abortion stigma, criminalization and restrictive laws and policies, and examines their impact on the rights of women, particularly adolescent girls.
Jan Moolman peaking on the side-event Abortion Stigma, Criminalization and Restrictive Laws and Policies during the 27th Session of the Human Rights Council.
Held during the 30th session of the UN Human Rights Council, the panel identifies protection gaps for comprehensively addressing sexual rights and the work of the Human Rights Council in addressing sexual rights, while exploring new mechanisms and strategies that can be implemented to address sexual rights in comprehensive and effective ways.
Held during the thirty-first session of the Human Rights Council, the panel discusses key principles, approaches and tools for the promotion and protection of sexual health and human rights. Panelists shared experiences from the national and regional level and recommendations on some of the priority actions needed for the advancement of sexual health as well as addressed the integration of sexual health into Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) priorities.