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We promoted collaboration processes and alliances with local, national, and international organizations in order to achieve systemic change in reproductive health care. We created spaces for dialogue and exchange, and supported organizations to strengthen the greater reproductive justice  movement.

With the aim of strengthening their legal capacities, we provided support to four organizations and collectives focused on LGBTQI+ rights:


SER Center, in Baja California, implemented a litigation strategy to ensure access to sexual and reproductive health for transgender men and non-binary individuals.

Trans Identity Care Center, in the State of Mexico, developed a tool for teaching human rights, violations, and action routes aimed at transgender women/sex workers.

Algazara Collective, in Morelos, consolidated an intervention model for adolescents in conflict with the penal system to address violence, discrimination, and human rights violations motivated by sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.

Human Rights Research and Litigation, located in Chiapas, conducted a state-level assessment on the reality of LGBTQ+ individuals’ human rights in that region.


With funding and support on specific projects related to litigation, policy advocacy, communication, and research, we supported the work of three organizations defending abortion rights in their regions:


The Center for Justice, Democracy, and Equality in Yucatan strengthened its social decriminalization initiative “Ajal: Awakening the Tide” by publishing a report on the state of abortion access in that region.

Colibres in Chiapas conducted an assessment on “Migrant Women and Pregnant Persons and Access to Safe Abortion in Mexico” to enrich their mobile application SororApp, and launched a publicity campaign culminating in the Free Mobilities Intercultural Encounter in Chiapas.

The Guerrero Network for Women’s Rights provided support to women and pregnant individuals seeking safe abortion services in Guerrero, documenting cases of abortion denial in public health institutions.


We demanded that health authorities provide access to safe and discrimination-free abortion through the Movement for Abortion Access, composed of 19 organizations and collectives from states where abortion is legal. We highlighted barriers to access and provided information for health services users.


With the aim of building a common agenda towards the social and legal decriminalization of abortion, as well as broad and quality access to this health service, we met with 105 activists from 28 states at the National Meeting for Legal and Safe Abortion. This meeting was convened in collaboration with the Simone de Beauvoir Leadership Institute, Gender Equity, Citizenship, Work and Family, and the Mexican branch of Catholics for the Right to Choose.


We participated in regional and international spaces to share insights with activists from other regions and to build transnational alliances, including: the 7th Conference of the Latin American Consortium against Unsafe Abortion, the Women Deliver 2023 Conference, and the Regional Feminist Foss Initiative closing session.


In order to monitor reproductive rights trends and to better understand the Mexican government’s role as compared to other countries, we participated in official meetings with decision-makers, such as the “10 years of the Montevideo Consensus” special session by ECLAC (The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean), the IACHR (The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights) Sessions 186th Period public hearings, and the Universal Periodic Review of Mexico pre-session held in Geneva, Switzerland.


We disseminated the report “The Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on organizations that make up the Gender and COVID-19 Observatory in Mexico”, a report that compiles best practices for the benefit and well-being of civil society organization staff.


We joined the Global Care Alliance, which works to advance the redistribution, remuneration, recognition, reduction, and representation of care work.