Although there is a depth of information about the health impacts of specific chemicals on women, there still remains a dearth of research and knowledge on the topic of women and chemicals in general. This report by Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) attempts to fill this gap as well as push for better recognition and legislation by policymakers of women’s health, rights and autonomy. They highlight the disproportionate impacts of hazardous chemicals on women and the socio-political and economic power relations at play. Photo credit: Women in Europe for a Common Future