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Statement on Biden Administration’s National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality

10.22.2021 (PRESS STATEMENT) Statement from Nancy Northup, President & CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights: “We are thrilled with the Biden administration’s first-ever National Strategy on Gender Equity and Equality. We applaud President Biden’s [...]

Abortion, Legal Protections,United States,News

Reproductive health and glyphosate in the context of the armed conflict

As the Colombian government has tried to restart its aerial fumigation program with a herbicide called glyphosate, the Center for Reproductive Rights has published a report showing that the herbicide used in the program had [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Latin America & Caribbean, Colombia,Reporting on Rights,Publications

Reproductive Violence in the Colombian Armed Conflict

The decision whether or not to have children does not belong to any armed group, to the State or to anyone else but the women themselves. The Center presented this report on reproductive violence to [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Latin America & Caribbean, Colombia,Reporting on Rights,Publications

Improving Access to Abortion in Crisis Settings

A legal risk management tool for organizations and providers. This tool is designed to help program planners and organizations understand abortion law and manage legal risk when providing or supporting access to abortion for people [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Reporting on Rights,Publications

The Undue Burden Standard after June Medical Services v. Russo

This report by the Center for Reproductive Rights analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in June Medical Services v. Russo, a leading abortion case brought and won by the Center and decided in June 2020. The [...]

Abortion, Definitions, Legal Protections, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Publications

El gobierno colombiano no debe reanudar las aspersiones con glifosato porque generan riesgos para la salud reproductiva

3 de septiembre de 2020 — El Centro de Derechos Reproductivos y la Escuela de Salud Pública de la Universidad del Valle presentan una investigación que revela que la exposición al glifosato puede tener impactos [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Colombia,Reporting on Rights,News

The Colombian government should not restart glyphosate spraying because it causes reproductive health risks

September 3rd, 2020 — The Center for Reproductive Rights and the School of Public Health of the Universidad del Valle present an investigation that reveals the negative impacts of glyphosate exposure on people's reproductive health, [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Colombia,Reporting on Rights,News

Efectos del Glifosato en la Salud Reproductiva Humana

Humanitarian Settings,Colombia,Reporting on Rights,Publications

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Salud Reproductiva y Glifosato en el Contexto de Conflicto Armado

Mientras el gobierno colombiano ha intentado reiniciar el programa de fumigaciones aéreas con glifosato, el Centro de Derechos Reproductivos ha publicado un reporte en el que se demuestra que ese herbicida tiene efectos negativos en [...]

Humanitarian Settings,Colombia,Reporting on Rights,Publications

New Website Exposes Motives of Anti-Abortion Policymakers

While last week’s Supreme Court decision struck down a Louisiana anti-abortion law, hundreds of restrictive abortion laws remain on the books—a new online tool seeks to hold state lawmakers accountable for promoting women’s, children’s health. [...]

Abortion, Legal Protections, Legal Restrictions,United States,Engaging Policymakers, In the States (USA), Reporting on Rights,News

The Conflict in Northeast Nigeria’s Impact on the Sexual and Reproductive Rights of Women and Girls

Humanitarian Settings,Nigeria,Reporting on Rights,Publications

U.S. Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Anti-Discrimination Ruling Comes Only Days After Federal Rule Strips Protections

Today the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark civil rights decision affirming that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LGBTQ people from employment discrimination. This powerful ruling comes only four days [...]

Legal Protections,United States,News

Virginia Legislature Removes Medically Unnecessary Barriers to Abortion Access

Today, the Virginia General Assembly passed the Reproductive Health Protection Act, which will expand access to abortion care by repealing medically unnecessary restrictions that have made it difficult for Virginians to access safe and legal [...]

Legal Protections,United States,Reporting on Rights,News

Reproductive rights are human rights.

Help us ensure that every government around the world guarantees them.