News & Announcements

November 2019
At Ibis, justice and equity are core values that guide our research and partnerships and shape our vision for sexual and reproductive autonomy, choices, and health worldwide. In 2016, we launched work to ensure that Ibis’s work and approach are situated within a larger framework of racial...
September 2019
Euki, from Ibis Reproductive Health and Women Help Women, protects users’ private data CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A recently released smartphone app offers a new model of health information and tracking technology. Euki, built using research from Ibis Reproductive Health and released by Women...
June 2019
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Thoai Ngo as chair of Ibis’s Board of Directors. As director of the Population Council’s Poverty, Gender, and Youth Program, Thoai oversees efforts to develop and test innovative solutions and scale up successful strategies to improve the...
June 2019
We are delighted to announce that Brigitte Amiri, deputy director of the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, has joined Ibis’s Board of Directors as a member at large. Brigitte is currently leading critical litigation on sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice, including the Jane...
May 2019
On May 9, 1960, the US Food and Drug Administration first approved the birth control pill, which helped give people the freedom to determine their own life path. Nearly 60 years later, it’s past time to make the pill truly accessible. The pill is safe and effective, but one in three women who...
April 2019
In 2014, a bill (S.B. 1391) was passed that allowed the state of Tennessee to arrest pregnant women for the illegal use of narcotics during pregnancy if the child was born exposed to or harmed by the drug. Those arrested and charged under the Fetal Assault Law faced a penalty of up to fifteen years...