- Oct 19, 2020
The Mexican bishops’ conference has expressed concerns over a Supreme Court decision that upheld a health norm allowing access to abortion in public clinics if a woman has been the victim of sexual violence.
In 2011, Fuentes Rojas (Red Fountains) originated in Mexico City. The original purpose of this collective project was to raise a voice for the victims of violence caused by the U.S.-Mexico drug war.
A new report released March 6 just two days before International Women’s Day stresses the urgency of making sure refugee girls and young women receive an education.
A 53-year-old man accused of killing a woman and wounding two others at a Catholic store in Missouri has pleaded not guilty.
Thousands of convenience stores in Japan will stop selling pornographic magazines, a move they say will help create an environment more conducive to families.
To mark the UN’s International Day against Violence against Women and Girls, an Italian woman whose face was disfigured by acid by her husband revealed a personal letter from Pope Francis apologizing for the “prevailing indifference.”