Driving change in an unprecedented year: 2020 highlights

December 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic, the global uprising for racial justice, and political battles around the world underscore the deep structural inequities and injustices that prevent people from exercising their human rights and accessing the care they need. Ibis’s research and partnerships are focused on expanding access to services, information, and care, particularly for those most impacted by the barriers created by systemic racism and reproductive oppression. We are proud to have sustained our work while responding nimbly to shifting circumstances and incorporating assessments to understand the impact of COVID-19. In this moment, our work is more important than ever—and together with our partners we will tackle the challenges before us with boldness, rigor, and thoughtfulness, in pursuit of a future where all people can exercise their human right to sexual and reproductive autonomy, choices, and health. We are grateful to our staff, Board, partners, and supporters for making all of this work possible.

For more on how Ibis continues to drive change, view our 2020 highlights