Abortion is not a crime. It's a right.

We believe in a world where every woman has the right to make decisions about her body, her health, and her future.

Yet this vision is far from reality. In much of the world, women still don’t receive the sexual and reproductive health care they want and need. And the consequences are dire.

This month, global leaders will meet at the United Nations in New York City to make long-lasting decisions that affect every woman in the world. That’s why we’re joining forces to demand that all governments fulfill their obligations to women.

Nearly 60 countries have stood up for sexual and reproductive health and rights, like family planning and safe, legal abortion. And as a key global partner, US leadership is needed to ensure that these rights are prioritized in the UN’s post-2015 agenda, particularly in the areas of health, gender equality, poverty eradication, and education.

Join us in calling on the US Ambassador to the United Nations to encourage all world leaders to support a woman’s right to make her own decisions about her own body.