UNFPA Report Calls For More Equitable Access To Family Planning, Reproductive Health Services To Reduce Gender, Economic Inequality
Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: Unequal Women, Insecure World: The State of the World’s Population in the Age of Inequality
Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba, assistant professor at Rhodes College and non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, discusses results from the UNFPA’s State of the World Population report, which focuses on how gender inequality and unequal reproductive health and rights may pose a threat to global prosperity. Sciubba writes, “To reduce gender and economic inequality, the reports calls for more equitable access to family planning and reproductive health services” (11/3).
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