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Caso Eulogia Guzmán y su hijo Sergio Vs. Perú

Eulogia es una mujer quechua que quería tener un parto vertical conforme a sus tradiciones y de la misma forma que había tenido a sus otros cinco hijos, pero El Estado peruano desconoció sus prácticas [...]

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Eulogia is a Quechua woman who wanted to have a vertical birth according to her traditions and in the same way she had delivered her other five children, but the Peruvian government ignored her cultural [...]

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Case of Eulogia Guzmán and her son Sergio v. Peru

Eulogia is a Quechua woman who wanted to have a vertical birth according to her traditions and in the same way she had delivered her other five children, but the Peruvian government ignored her cultural [...]

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Breaking the Silence: The Global Gag Rule’s Impact on Unsafe Abortion

Executive Summary Every year, twenty million—mostly poor—women around the world are driven to unsafe abortion. More than 95% of these abortions occur in low-income countries. And every year, complications from these procedures claim the lives [...]

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Silence and Complicity: Violence Against Women in Peruvian Public Health Facilities (Book)

Peruvian women are being subjected to violence in that nation's government-run health facilities, say women lawyers who have documented cases of abuse throughout several geographical regions of the country. This investigative book reveals sexual and [...]

Maternal Health, Coercive Policies,Latin America & Caribbean, Peru,Reporting on Rights,Publications
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Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives Latin America and the Caribbean

Reproductive rights are internationally recognized as critical both to advancing women's human rights and to promoting development. Governments from all over the world have, in recent years, both acknowledged and pledged to advance reproductive rights [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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