Advocates Express Concern Over Trump Administration’s Potential Impact On Reproductive, Human Rights

Humanosphere: Trump’s male-dominated administration threatens reproductive rights, advocates say
Humanosphere journalist Lisa Nikolau discusses the Trump administration’s potential impact on reproductive rights, writing, “[W]omen’s rights advocates are increasingly concerned about reproductive rights in the U.S. and in developing countries around the world” (11/21).

Physicians for Human Rights: A Global Trump Effect
Donna McKay, executive director of Physicians for Human Rights, discusses the Trump administration’s potential impact on human rights, writing, “I am deeply worried about what a Trump presidency will mean for human rights, peace, and the safety and security of others around the world. If ever there were a time for an evidence-based human rights organization, it is now” (11/18).

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