Hundreds of people across Costa Rica participated in International Women's Day marches.
In July, the UN estimated that six months of restrictions could result in 31 million additional cases of sexual violence in the world and seven million unwanted pregnancies.
Thousands across the country marched Sunday in memory of Allison Bonilla, María Luisa Cedeño and other women who have been victims of femicides in Costa Rica.
“If a woman is a victim of rape or if she has had risky sexual intercourse, she ought to have the option of free access to emergency contraception,” Inamu stated in a press release.
The aim of the prize is to recognise a person or group of people that have made distinguished work in the field of women’s rights.
Quirós was expelled Monday night from Nicaragua, where she has lived for 40 years, after several hours of detention.
"If you try to make art that is simply beautiful, it’ll never be only beautiful. Art is always a response to something, whatever it is."