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Video Replay: U.S. Abortion Regression in the Global Context card link

Video Replay: U.S. Abortion Regression in the Global Context

Watch the presentation from the International Conference on Family Planning by the Center's Katy Mayall.

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With Recent Ruling, India Follows Global Trend of Liberalizing Abortion Laws

Supreme Court rules safe and legal abortion under Indian law applies to all women, regardless of marital status.

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Center’s New Factsheet Explains Recent Changes to the Abortion Law in India

Amendment to India’s 1971 law a step forward, but gaps remain.

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Webinar: Legal and Practical Barriers to Self-Managed Abortion

Register today and hear from experts across the globe.

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Center’s Enid Muthoni Ndiga Joins Global Leaders at the Clinton Global Initiative Event

September 19 session with global leaders will address reproductive and maternal health.

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With its Regression on Abortion Rights, the U.S. is a Global Outlier card link

With its Regression on Abortion Rights, the U.S. is a Global Outlier

The United States is one of only four countries that has rolled back abortion rights since 1994.

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Global Trends: Abortion Rights

The Center's new infographic shows the dozens of countries that have progressed on abortion rights--and the very few that have regressed, including the U.S.

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New Laws in India Regulate Assisted Reproduction and Surrogacy

Laws include some improvements, but gaps remain.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

In India, Center Partners with Law School to Offer Reproductive Law and Justice Clinic card link

In India, Center Partners with Law School to Offer Reproductive Law and Justice Clinic

Members of the Center's Asia team are among the instructors at this pilot program at Jindal Global Law School.

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Abortion in India: Report Reveals Widespread Legal Barriers and Recommends Ways to Improve Access

Report by the Center and partners launched at a virtual event for advocates and stakeholders in India.

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India Passes Abortion Reform but Fails to Undo Barriers to Access

This week, the Parliament of India passed an amendment to India’s 50-year-old abortion law that fails to remove barriers to access and instead creates new ones. Following Presidential assent, per procedure, the amendment will become law. While [...]

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India’s Proposed Abortion “Reform” Fails to Undo Barriers to Access

An amendment to India’s 50-year-old abortion law, proposed as “reform,” fails to remove barriers to access and instead creates new ones. The amendment entrenches a harmful policy requiring women to obtain authorization by a medical practitioner for all abortion [...]

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It’s time to end judicial authorization for abortion in India

It’s time to end judicial authorization for abortion in India Meera* was only 10 years old when she became pregnant after being raped. Meera did not know she was pregnant, and her family only realized [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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