Category Archives: Blogs By Youth Champions

Abortion myths: findings of an online survey

A myth is a widely held but false idea or belief. Abortion myths hurt women and often obscure important facts related to abortion. They further lead to deepening the stigma around abortion. This unscientific and deceptive misinformation greatly deters provision … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk Abortion

This blog was originally published on Shreejana’s blog- Kumari: A Feminist https://ceezana10.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/lets-talk-abortion/ There is a general logic behind the existence of human-kind in the universe. The logic is human is born to reproduce and continue its generation. Not only humans … Continue reading

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Denial of Abortion Services in Nepal

This was originally published on Kumari: A Feminist blog of our youth Champion Shreejana https://ceezana10.wordpress.com/2016/09/05/denial-of-abortion-service-in-nepal/ In 2002, abortion was legalized in Nepal and made widely available. Abortion is permitted up to 12 weeks gestation on request and up to 18 … Continue reading

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Morals, Choices and the Rainbow of Illusion – By Youth Champion Suhanya Naidu

A few months ago, I happened to meet a young community leader in the eastern part of Sri Lanka, conducting awareness programs on child abuse. Despite being the sole breadwinner of her family, she still wants to share a little … Continue reading

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Happiness Index and Women’s Reproductive Rights in Bhutan- By Youth Champion Wangchuk Dema

Bhutan is a country known for measuring its progress by the Gross National Happiness rather than the monetary index used the world over ! https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/dec/01/bhutan-wealth-happiness-counts While this is wonderful idea that has earned praise, there is still much to be … Continue reading

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