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The battle for equality never takes a day off. Here are some issues that demand your ongoing attention. Please take action on as many issues as you can!

FM logo#StopTheSultan: End Brunei's New Taliban-Like Laws!
The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, has announced the imposition of a new Taliban-like penal code in the country. The proposed law, which is set to take effect in stages beginning on May 1, includes the stoning to death of gay men and lesbians and the public flogging of women who have abortions. Take action now to help stop the imposition of these Taliban-like laws.

FM logoTake The Pledge: Stand Shoulder-to-Shoulder With Afghan Women!
Take a pledge with us to support Afghan women and Afghan women’s organizations. Let them know that we are proud to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with them in the fight for women’s and girls’ equality. We will do all we can to ensure that the US continue to support Afghan women’s organizations and empowerment. In this crucial transition period, you can count on our strong support.

FM logoTell your Senator: Support CEDAW!
The time has come for our country to make the elimination of sex discrimination a national priority. Tell your Senator to make women’s rights a priority and vote to ratify the Convention on Elimination on all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) now!

FM logoTell US Leaders: Integrate Reproductive Healthcare with HIV/AIDS Treatment!
Tell US leaders that HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention programs must be integrated with comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services including family planning services for women and girls.

FM logoGet Involved with the Women & Climate Change Campaign!
Did you know that the largest generation of young people in human history is about to come of age?  Nearly half the world's population is under the age of twenty five. The decisions they make about family planning will make a huge impact on how many of billions of us there are on this planet, and what resources we have to go around. Experts determine that the first natural resource to be affected by climate change will be water.