Women’s Rights Groups Concerned Renegotiation Of Some SDGs Could Renew Debate Over Inclusion Of Reproductive Health Rights

The Guardian: Women’s rights activists alarmed by U.K. unease over development targets
“…The U.K. is understood to be unhappy with some of the targets contained in the proposed set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and wants to reopen negotiations. Women’s rights groups said on Thursday that renegotiating the targets at this stage could prompt renewed debate on the inclusion of targets on women’s reproductive rights, still a controversial area for some governments, and violence against women…” (Ford, 3/19).

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