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WGNRR's Campaigns respond to struggles for SRHR, justice and dignity around the world. We support calls for reproductive justice initiated by activists, Indigenous peoples’ communities, differently-abled peoples, LGBTTQI communities (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transsexual, two-spirited, queer and inter-sex), people living with HIV/AIDS, migrants, refugees, dalits, and other systematically marginalised peoples. We also support the efforts of community health workers' to have dignity and justice in carrying out their professional duties to meet the SH and RH needs of the communities under their care, as well as the broad demand for universal, public, accessible, affordable health care that is inclusive of non-discriminatory access to contraceptives and safe abortion services, and free from practices of forced sterilisation.
We campaign in a number of ways, firstly via our own letter writing, petitions and actions at regional and global levels, secondly by supporting the campaign activities of members, allies and those working towards similar SRHR objectives; and thirdly by encouraging and supporting its members to take actions in support of WGNRR and its allies’ actions.
WGNRR undertakes two major global campaigns, the May 28 International Day of Action for Women's Health and the September 28 Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion and supported many other global initiatives.