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Whether it is efforts to end the war in Syria or the U.S. agenda for healthcare and equal pay—women’s voices need to be heard.
The Fuller Project reports on the issues that matter most to women, such as Rosslyn Warren’s article in The New York Times featuring Burundian women forging peace. In Ms. Magazine, Sophia Jones and Anna Nemtsova recently spotlighted the domestic violence epidemic in Russia, where an estimated 12,000 women are victims of femicide. In Newsweek, our board chair Sarah O’Hagan underscored the importance of re-instilling trust in media on issues affecting women.
And that claim made by the Trump administration that UNFPA supports coercive sterilization in China? Christina Asquith broke it down for PRI’s The World.
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This week, The Fuller Project is on the story as Trump’s health care bill, which disproportionately cuts funding for women and girls health, goes to a mostly male panel in the Senate.
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Senior Growth and Strategy Advisor