Lynda Gilby

Lynda Gilby is a PhD researcher in global health and development at Tampere University, Finland. She specializes in the lobbying efforts of right-wing populist opposition to sexual and reproductive health and rights, and the wider impacts on global health governance more broadly. Originally from New Zealand, she also has a master’s degree in public and global health.
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Not Even a Pandemic Can Halt the War on Women’s Rights

In 1994, the United Nations coordinated the first International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), which resulted in the Programme of Action that formally recognized the right to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights (SRHR), including the right to safe abortion where legal. This followed decades of opposition, where long-standing contestations have mainly... Continue Reading

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