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Nearly all maternal deaths could be prevented, if women had access to essential maternal and healthcare services. This animated film explores maternal and newborn health through the mind of a baby girl called Ami.
While many traditional bailes funk ('funk balls') have been prohibited in Rio’s favelas, there has been a surge in the number of parties attended by upper-middle class youth in these communities. Tickets to exclusive parties in favelas can cost over $25, and the high price prevents local resident...
For women, sexuality can be a fraught issue. Subject to harassment, persecution and abuse, expected to repress desire or accept advances they don’t want, female sexuality is continually being regulated. Yet every women has the right to be supported in sexual empowerment.
Boys are invited to play football with their dads. Girls aren’t. Boys are invited into boardrooms, given advice and confidence, given access to where the decisions are made. Girls, on the other hand, must bring themselves into play. Why?