Mission: Women's voices are too often excluded from public discourse. Gains for women and girls, made over decades of struggle, are being systematically rolled back. From human and civil rights to economic security, from reproductive rights to equal opportunity, from violence against women to leadership in science, academia, and business, we still have much to do.
Programs: Identity: addressing discrimination based on gender (including intersections with race/ethnicity, class, ability, nationality, age, sexual orientation, religion, gender identity, immigration status, etc).
thriving environments: from personal safety (e. G. , sexual assault) to community (e. G. , civic leadership) to global (e. G. , climate change) concerns.
economic well-being: issues of economic justice, work fairness, and business leadership.
Men generally know very little about the risks that women face because of their reproductive roles. The results of your superb IMAGES survey will help me -- through my daily work on Maternal-Neonatal-Child Health -- to reach out to men and adolescent boys at many levels to help them Know the Truth about the special needs and risks that women endure, especially the millions of illiterate women and unschooled girls who live in developing countries.