Mary Robinson says failure on reproductive rights could have devastating impact on poorest and most powerless women
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What does birth control have anything to do with reducing global emissions?
"I realized I had become pregnant. I was worried -- how would I continue to work? How would my children eat? Go to school?" Beatriz told me last month when I sat down with her in Medellin, Colombia.
RIO DE JANEIRO, 19 June 2012 (IRIN) - Population growth and women’s right to choose when to have children could become hot issues again.
AFP - Thousands of women representing social and farm movements marched in central Rio Monday to rail against the "green economy" advocated by the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development.
IPS interviews NAVANETHEM PILLAY, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights
We can see unsustainable development everywhere in the world around us.