Clinton Links Women’s Reproductive Rights To Human Development Goals

News sources highlight a speech at the U.N. by former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who linked women’s reproductive rights to human development.

CNN: Clinton ties ‘broader human development’ with women’s reproductive rights
“Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used a Friday speech at the United Nations to tie women’s reproductive rights with the broader goal of human development…” (Merica, 3/7).

Politico: Clinton stresses reproductive rights at U.N.
“Hillary Clinton said Friday that it is a ‘bedrock truth’ that humanity cannot progress as a whole if women lack reproductive rights. The former secretary of state and likely 2016 Democratic presidential candidate delivered those remarks at the United Nations as her party continues to charge that Republicans are engaged in a ‘war on women’…” (Glueck, 3/7).

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