Kinga Jelinska

Kinga Jelinska was educated as a cultural anthropologist in Poland and has worked for more than a decade on activist programs to increase knowledge about and access to abortion pills and safe abortions programs in restrictive settings. She is the co-founder and executive director of Women Help Women, an online nonprofit service that facilitates access to abortion pills, contraception and counseling, as well as working with more than 40 partner organizations on local interventions and research. She designed or supported implementation of projects on abortion in 20 countries. Her work lies at the intersection of feminist activism, human rights, and public health.