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Activists go undercover to expose India’s illegal sex-selective abortions

    March 27, 2017 New Delhi (CNN) A pregnant woman sat in a hospital consultation room in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. She wanted to know the sex of her baby, she told the doctor.   In many countries, this would be a routine process, all part of becoming a new parent. But in India […]

Watch Reggie’s Speech at the San Francisco Walk for Life (Video!)

WRWF President Reggie Littlejohn was a keynote speaker at the West Coast Walk for Life in San Francisco last month, which was attended by an estimated 50,000 people.  Littlejohn stated, “I am grateful to Eva Muntean and Dolores Meehan for caring about the women and babies of China, who are still undergoing forced abortion and […]

China – Late Term Forced Abortion Victim Speaks Out for International Women’s Day

 by Reggie Littlejohn March 8 is International Women’s Day.  Women’s Rights Without Frontiers presents the heartwrenching testimony of Yue Zhang, who suffered a late-term forced abortion under China’s One Child Policy in 2013, because she was unmarried.  It remains illegal under China’s Two Child Policy for unmarried women to give birth. We give special thanks to […]

My Journey to Advocacy: Providing a voice for those who weren’t given one

Last December I watched the trailer to “It’s A Girl,” for the first time. It broke my heart to realize what was happening in many parts of the world.  I quickly began researching more about it online, the more I read, the more I began to hate this world.  Girls were being abandoned in the […]

Woman 8 months pregnant forced to abort or lose job

According to a report published by Shanghai online news portal Sixth Tone, a Guangdong couple has been told they must have an abortion or both lose their government jobs.  The couple, surnamed Zhong, both have a child from a previous marriage.  They thought that they could have a child together under China’s new Two-Child Policy, […]

Petition to End Female Gendercide in India

Act to End Female Gendercide India’s massive gender gap has resulted in human trafficking. In a country where there are 37 million more men than women, girls are trafficked into brothels and also into villages as brides for men who have no women to marry. To fight trafficking, we must also fight gendercide in India. […]

Holistic Approach to Ending Gendercide

Invisible Girl Project (IGP) seeks to end gendercide (the selective killing of girls and women) in India.  One of the ways IGP combats gendercide is by empowering women.  Specifically, we work with an Indian partner that gives women a means to produce an income. IGP’s partner provides a cow on “loan” to a mother of […]

China Scraps Birth Permits; Violaters Will be “Punished”

The Chinese government announced this week that they will no longer require prior approval of first and second children for qualified couples under the new Two-Child Policy. Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, stated:  “The fact that Birth Permits will no longer be required for first and second children is a positive development.  These […]

Sevenly featuring Invisible Girl Project to Save Girls in India

This week, Sevenly is highlighting the work of It’s a Girl’s grassroots partner, Invisible Girl Project (IGP)! Every shirt that Sevenly sells this week will support the work of Invisible Girl Project, such as help provide food, medical aid and protection to a young girl who is at risk of being abandoned or killed in […]

China’s New Two-Child Policy Will Not End Gendercide or Forced Abortion

BREAKING: News reported today that China will move to a two-child policy Xinhua News Agency reported today that China will move to a two-child policy for all couples, “abandoning its decades-long one-child policy.” Characterizing this latest modification as “abandoning” the One-Child Policy is misleading.  A two-child policy will not end any of the human rights […]

A Letter from Mitu

#IStandWithDrMituKhurana Dear Friends and Supporters, I am a doctor/pediatrician and I have faced immense pressure from my matrimonial family to abort my twin female children. My experience in fighting for justice for my daughters show the extreme patriarchal attitude of all authorities supposed to help women like me, who want to go against their families […]

AmazonSmile Donates to Invisible Girl Project to Save Girls in India

Do you shop on Amazon.com? We are happy to share this great news! With AmazonSmile, now you can support Invisible Girl Project just by doing what you already do: shop. Please consider selecting Invisible Girl Project as your charity of choice! IGP is one of our action partners seeking to end the atrocity of gendercide […]

India Floods the Internet With #SelfieWithDaughter Photos

  As part of his Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (Save the Daughter, Educate the Daughter) campaign, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a call to his country to celebrate the girl child in one of today’s most popular ways: using social media. His appeal was for parents to share a photo with their daughter using […]

China’s One-Child Policy is Still Enforced Today

China has not “eased,” “relaxed” or “abandoned” the One-Child Policy, Despite Reports: Many have heard of reports that China is ridding of the One-Child policy that has been in effect for three and a half decades and has prompted countless numbers of enforced abortions and sterilization of Chinese women in those years. Unfortunately, this is […]

Sevenly featuring Invisible Girl Project to Save Girls in India

This week, Sevenly is highlighting the work of It’s a Girl’s grassroots partner, Invisible Girl Project (IGP)! Every shirt that Sevenly sells this week will support the work of Invisible Girl Project, such as help provide food, medical aid and protection to a young girl who is at risk of being abandoned or killed in […]

Save a Girl on International Day of the Girl Child

October 11 is the third UN International Day of the Girl Child. This day is meant to promote girls’ rights and highlight gender inequalities that remain between girls and boys. Take Action on International Day of the Girl Child: On this day to focus on the fundamental human rights of the girl child, we are […]

“It’s a Girl” Wins Best Documentary at International Film Festival

Screening of It’s a Girl at I Will Tell International Film Festival I Will Tell is a growing film festival which takes place in the heart of London every year from 30th August to 9th September since 2005. This year the festival celebrated its 8th year with the theme THE ‘R’ THING, on Relationships, with […]

“It’s a Girl” Premieres in Hawaii

Premiere Screening of It’s a Girl in Hawaii Renae Hamilton of the YWCA of Kauai was joined by Patricia Wistinghausen of the PAU Violence Committee and Edie Ignacio Neumiller of the Zonta Club of Kauai in accepting a council certificate recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, organizing events to provide opportunities for the community […]

Update on Miss Li and Her Family

If you’ve seen It’s a Girl you know Li’s story:   Li and her husband lived in a rural village with their two daughters. Under pressure by their families to have a son, Li and her husband decided to have a third child, in the hopes that it would be a boy. When Li became […]

“It’s a Girl” Now on Netflix!

Big news for our followers in the US and Canada: You can now watch It’s a Girl on Netflix! Please SHARE the news, continue to SPREAD THE WORD, and help make a DIFFERENCE!