rePROs Fight Back announced today that it has been named a winner in the 3rd Annual Anthem Awards. rePROs won a Silver Anthem Award in Human & Civil Rights for a national awareness campaign and a Bronze Anthem Award in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for a national awareness campaign. Read More »

For the past four plus years, the rePROs Fight Back podcast has been committed to discussing issues related to sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. Still, at this moment of extreme attacks on SRHRJ, simply producing a podcast is not enough. The fight to guarantee our bodily autonomy, ensure our human rights, and decide our futures requires a doubling down on our commitment to SRHRJ for everyone– no matter who they are or where they live.

We are excited to announce that the rePROs Fight Back podcast is growing. In addition to the podcast, rePROs will expand to include education and advocacy efforts on global and domestic SRHRJ issues through resources and additional ways to take action.  Read More »

Today the Population Institute (PI) released its tenth annual 50 State Report Card on Reproductive Health and Rights . The most comprehensive assessment of its kind, it tracks multiple indicators of reproductive health and rights, including access to family planning, sex education, and abortion services. Read More »

The Population Institute, a nonprofit which advocates for gender equality and universal access to sexual and reproductive health services, today published a brief and a series of related fact sheets entitled “Beyond Roe: The Floor, Not the Ceiling.” The package compiles current, sourced research and analysis on the state of abortion rights in the U.S. Written in a concise, accessible format, the series is a resource for covering and contextualizing current restrictions that undermine Roe v. Wade. Read More »

Striving to improve the well-being of both people and the planet, the Population Institute (PI) is launching a new effort to understand a critical connection: how family planning relates to prospects for environmental sustainability. Read More »

The Population Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathleen Mogelgaard as President and CEO, effective May 3, 2021. She succeeds Robert Walker, who is retiring as President and CEO after working 12 years for the Institute. Read More »

Today the non-profit Population Institute released its ninth annual 50 State Report Card on Reproductive Health and Rights. The most comprehensive assessment of its kind, the report card tracks multiple indicators of reproductive health and rights, including sex education and access to family planning and abortion services across each state. The latest report card finds that there is still a large divide between states that are prioritizing reproductive rights and access to reproductive health services versus those that are seeking to curtail them. Five states got an “A” in this year’s report card, 23 states failed, and for the second year in a row, the U.S. as a whole also failed. Read More »

Earlier this year I informed the Population Institute Board of Directors of my desire to step down as president by June 2021. In the interest of ensuring a smooth transition, the Board recently launched a search process for a new president. I am highly confident that the search will be successful in recruiting a replacement that will carry on the critically important work of the organization and expand its impact. Read More »

For the first time since the inception of the 50 State Report Card on Reproductive Health and Rights eight years ago, the U.S. as a whole has received a failing grade. The new report card covering 2019 was issued by the Population Institute today, two weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in June Medical Services v. Gee, a Louisiana case that could result in further erosion of Roe v. Wade and abortion rights. Read More »

In observing its 50th anniversary this year, the Population Institute is celebrating the progress made in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights. Read More »