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“They don’t know our reality”: Lives impacted by El Salvador’s abortion ban

CBS News continues its coverage of El Salvador's total abortion ban and the efforts there by the Center to help women sentenced to long prison terms for having had abortions when in fact they have [...]

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These women say they had miscarriages. Now they’re in jail for abortion.

CBS News covers the Center's efforts to help women who have been imprisoned in El Salvador after being accused of having had abortions even though they claim to have miscarried. El Salvador has a total [...]

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Progress on Reproductive Health in the Philippines

Progress on Reproductive Health in the Philippines One year after the publication of a groundbreaking United Nations report that held the Philippine government accountable for grave and systematic reproductive rights violations, there are signs of [...]

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The Guardian: El Salvador abortion controversy shows lack of progress on Cairo agenda

The Guardian: El Salvador abortion controversy shows lack of progress on Cairo agenda by Luisa Cabal, Vice President of Programs "The treatment of a 22-year-old pregnant woman in El Salvador who was repeatedly denied potentially [...]

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Mother Jones: Republicans want to ban abortions after 20 weeks. Here’s how one group is fighting back

Mother Jones: Republicans want to ban abortions after 20 weeks "The Center for Reproductive Rights, a New York-based nonprofit, is at the center of the key legal battles over abortion and contraception. CRR filed the [...]

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Reuter’s Trust.org: Abortion bans put lives at risk and women in prison

Reuter's Trust.org: Abortion bans put lives at risk and women in prison "El Salvador’s decision to deny an ill woman carrying a malformed foetus an abortion highlights the region’s draconian abortion laws that are putting [...]

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New York Times: A high-risk pregnancy is terminated. But was it an abortion?

New York Times: A high-risk pregnancy is terminated. But was it an abortion? The woman’s doctors urged an end to her pregnancy, saying her life could be at risk and that the fetus would not [...]

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New York Times Letter to the Editor: ‘Beatriz’ of El Salvador, Denied a Lifesaving Abortion

New York Times Letter to the Editor: ‘Beatriz’ of El Salvador, Denied a Lifesaving Abortion To the Editor: Re “Salvador Court Denies Abortion to Ailing Woman, Citing Strict Prohibition” (news article, May 30) and “A [...]

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Guardian: Philippines needs resolute political support on reproductive health card link

Guardian: Philippines needs resolute political support on reproductive health

A First Step Forward in the Philippines By Melissa Upreti, Regional director for Asia, Center for Reproductive Rights Women in the Philippines have lacked autonomy over their bodies for decades. The overwhelming political power of [...]

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Los Angeles Times: Philippines president signs law easing access to contraceptives

Los Angeles Times: Philippines president signs law easing access to contraceptives By Kenneth R. Weiss and Sol Vanzi "Philippines President Benigno Aquino III has signed legislation that will provide modern contraceptives to the nation’s poorest [...]

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Guardian: Sonia Tábora and the risks of being poor and pregnant in El Salvador

Guardian: The risks of being poor and pregnant in El Salvador By Vickie Knox In the middle of the night of 19 February 2005, 20-year-old Sonia Tábora went into premature labour at seven months, alone, [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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