see: www, may28.org.
About May 28.
In 1987, females's rights activists declared May 28 as the International Day of Action for Women's Health, as a method to speak out on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) problems dealt with by women  all over the world.
Almost 30 years on, while the challenges blocking the complete awareness of all females's health and wellbeing remain different and typically unaddressed, a troubling framework has actually continued: specifically, a limited and narrow understanding of women's health, along with the real needs of all ladies in their diversities.
This May 28, join us and ladies's rights supporters worldwide in getting in touch with federal governments to firmly establish a holistic, women-centric and rights-based method to women's health in the Post-2015 Advancement Program. Let's reveal federal governments that a holistic technique has to do with acknowledging women's sexual and reproductive rights, and supporting all women as they make sexual and reproductive options on their own, throughout their whole lives.
To find out more and to sign the Might 28 Require Action, visit our site: may28.org.
 While we utilize the term 'woman/women' we do so with a vital reflexivity that acknowledges the subtleties and right to people's special sexual and gender identities and expressions. We also acknowledge that 'women' are not a monolithic group which they have diverse identities that vary due to their social place and the socio-economic, political, and multicultural contexts where their lives are embedded.