Beth Fredrick wrote a REALLY great post today on RH Reality Check of the top ten wins for women's health for 2008. We've copied the quick list below, but click here to read the full details and her opinion of "what's next." It's a really comprenhensive list, and it makes me feel a bit optimistic about heading into 2009.
1. New U.S. Administration Offers Hope for Women and Girls
2. A New "Mexico City Policy" Leads the Way on Comprehensive Sexuality Education
3. U.S. Citizens Turn Back Attempts to Restrict Abortion Access
4. Indian Government Puts the Power of Prevention in Women's Hands
5. Clinton Global Initiative Prioritizes Adolescent Girls
6. Women's Advocates Secure Advances in Ecuadorian Constitution
7. Colombia's High Court Rules on the Side of Science — and Women's Rights
8. Connecticut, Colombia and Others Stand Strong for Sexual Rights
9. U.S. States Prioritize Youth Health Over Ideology
10.) Muslim Women in the United Kingdom Granted Equal Rights in Marriage
Is there anything missing? What would you include in your Top Ten List?