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Submission to the CEDAW Regarding J.D. et al. v. the Czech Republic

Submission by the Center for Reproductive Rights to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women Regarding J.D. et al. v. the Czech Republic, CEDAW Communication No. 102/2016, 24 November 2017

Europe, Czech Republic,At the United Nations,Legal Analyses

Uruguay’s Progress Inspires Action

Uruguay’s Progress Inspires Action When lawmakers in Uruguay recently passed a law that decriminalized abortion in the early stages of a pregnancy, they did more than improve the health and well-being of the country's women. [...]

Abortion, Legal Protections,Latin America & Caribbean, Argentina, Uruguay,News

Uruguay becomes the Third Nation in Latin America to Decriminalize Abortion

Uruguay becomes the Third Nation in Latin America to Decriminalize Abortion (PRESS RELEASE) In a 17-14 groundbreaking senate vote this week, Uruguay became the third nation in Latin America to decriminalize abortion, allowing a woman [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,Latin America & Caribbean, El Salvador, Uruguay,In the Courts

Uruguay Set to Legalize Abortion

Uruguay Set to Legalize Abortion Uruguay is very close to becoming one of the few countries in Latin America to legalize abortion in the early stages of pregnancy. The country's Chamber of Deputies voted in [...]

Abortion, Legal Protections, Legal Restrictions,Latin America & Caribbean, Uruguay,Reporting on Rights,News

Czech Government Apologizes to Victims of Forced Sterilization

                The Center for Reproductive Rights congratulates the Czech Republic on being the first country in the region to acknowledge that Roma women have been forcibly sterilized. In [...]

Contraception,Europe, Czech Republic, Hungary,In the Courts, Reporting on Rights,News

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