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Journey to Justice

Journey to Justice Fifteen years after being denied an abortion, a Peruvian woman is paid reparations by the government in a landmark human rights victory. Last week one of our clients, a woman known as [...]

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They Almost Killed Me

They Almost Killed Me A Salvadoran woman testifies about the abuse she suffered in jail after being imprisoned for having a miscarriage. And the Center fights back. When Cristina Quintanilla spoke into the microphone at [...]

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Violence against Women and Reproductive Rights in the Americas

The numerous forms of violence that are committed against women pose an obstacle to their individual development, violate their rights, and limit their freedoms. Violence against women blocks the full development of their capacities and [...]

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Chile Looks Forward

A promising piece of legislation could ease one of the world’s most extreme abortion bans. This past March, a 25-year-old woman suffering from terrible abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding sought emergency care at the hospital—where [...]

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Paraguay Denies Abortion to Raped 10-Year-Old

Paraguay Denies Abortion to Raped 10-Year-Old International outrage has been building since late last week, when The Daily Beast reported on the case of a pregnant 10-year-old in Paraguay who has been denied an abortion [...]

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Miscarriage of Justice

Unjustly convicted of homicide after experiencing a miscarriage, Guadalupe is at last free. But there are many more women like her who are not. Last week, Guadalupe spent her first night at home as a [...]

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Justice Undone

Under El Salvador’s extreme abortion ban, 17 women have been wrongfully criminalized and imprisoned. Take action to free them. With one of the world’s most extreme abortion bans, El Salvador prohibits women from receiving an [...]

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What a Sham

An increasingly widespread brand of abortion regulations restricts women’s fundamental rights under the pretext of protecting their health. “Why is there an RV in our parking lot?” Amy Hagstrom Miller, owner of Whole Woman’s Health, [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

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A Walk in Her Shoes

When anti-choice leaders push unconstitutional 20-week abortion bans, they ignore the woman standing at the center of the equation. Days shy of 20 weeks pregnant, Whitney went in for a routine ultrasound and her world [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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