Today, the Department of Education released its final rule on Title IX, which guts student survivors’ rights and tips the scales of school sexual misconduct cases in favor of perpetrators and schools that wish to sweep sexual violence under the rug.
The cases are a challenge to the Trump-Pence administration’s rules that would allow virtually any employer or university to be exempted from the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that health plans cover birth control without out-of-pocket costs.
The ACLU's Women’s Rights Project filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the U.S. Department of Education (ED) today on behalf of Know Your IX, a project of Advocates for Youth.
The Supreme Court Should Not Allow The Trump Administration To Undermine HIV Prevention Efforts Overseas
Requiring that affiliates of US organizations abroad oppose “prostitution and sex trafficking” upon receiving US foreign assistance funding for HIV/AIDS, is a violation of the First Amendment. Not only that, but to impose such a position on organizations implementing HIV/AIDS programming undermines rights-based approaches to HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support.
Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Organizations Issue Call to Action for Sex Education
May is Sex Ed for All Month, an initiative spearheaded by a coalition of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice organizations committed to ensuring all young people have access to the education and health care they need to secure the future they envision for themselves.
Young people have clearly and consistently called for complete and accurate sexual health information and access to sexual and reproductive health care services. As organizations dedicated to improving sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice for all, we respond each May with Sex Ed for All.