News & Updates

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SheDecides is looking for new Champions!

October 16, 2019

Only three years after it began, SheDecides now numbers 120,000 Friends and 42 global Champions. This is a monumental achievement, but it's only just the beginning. To mark the next exciting phase of the Movement’s growth, SheDecides is looking for bold and dynamic change makers to join the ranks of SheDecides Champions. Could you be one of them?
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Born in 1995? Become One of the Next SheDecides 25×25!

October 16, 2019

Are you a young leader working to create a world where SheDecides? In 2020, SheDecides will provide a platform to celebrate the work of 25 young leaders from 25 different countries around the world, who are taking action to create that world where SheDecides. Throughout 2020 we will support you to share the inspiring work that you do, beginning in March – the global SheDecides Day.
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“SHE finally DECIDES in Oaxaca, Mexico.”

September 26, 2019

On 26 September lawmakers in Oaxaca state, Mexico ruled in favour of decriminalising abortion. As only the second Mexican state to do this, the decision has been seen as a landmark victory for women’s rights to bodily autonomy. Hear from SheDecides Champion Victoria Fuentes, Executive Director of MexFam, on what this means to her.
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SheDecides Kenya Rocks the RHNK Conference 2019!

July 2, 2019

Last week Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK) held their annual scientific conference in Malindi, Kenya. RHNK are a Friend of the SheDecides movement, and one of the key players in the SheDecides local movement in Kenya.
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SheDecides Kenya Stands Against Abortion Misinformation

May 2, 2019

Two months after its launch and SheDecides Kenya has hit the ground running, the local movement have turned their attention towards debunking a new billboard campaign in Nairobi County aimed at spreading misinformation about abortion services and inciting opposition against family planning services.
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