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100 Days Since Roe Fell

A Center infographic offers a quick snapshot of abortion in the U.S. 100 days after the Supreme Court revoked the constitutional right to abortion.

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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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Washington Post Op-ed Counters Claims that U.S. Abortion Restrictions Are Aligned with European Laws

Leah Hoctor, the Center's senior regional director for Europe, calls claims by Senator Lindsey Graham and others "simply untrue."

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While Anti-Abortion Lawmakers Rush to Enforce State Bans, U.S. Senator Proposes Nationwide Abortion Ban

The ban “exposes the pretext that reversing Roe v. Wade was about letting each state decide its own laws.” --Nancy Northup

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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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Submission to the UN Human Rights Council Examines Pakistan’s Lack of Progress on SRHR Issues

Report outlines country’s failure on sexual and reproductive health rights and services and recommends laws and policies to improve access.

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Abortion Is Now Illegal in 11 U.S. States

State bans have left millions without access to abortion care.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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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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Q&A: Reproductive Violence and the Colombia Truth Commission

Catalina Martínez Coral, Senior Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean for the Center, answers our questions about the Truth Commission of Colombia.

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Kansans Reject Efforts to End State’s Constitutional Right to Abortion

In a victory for abortion rights, Kansans vote overwhelmingly to protect their right to abortion recognized by an earlier Kansas Supreme Court ruling.

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After Roe Fell: Abortion Laws by State

Find out where abortion is illegal in the U.S. now that Roe v. Wade is overturned.

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Video Replay: Abortion Law in the U.S. and Abroad After Roe

A National Constitution Center event featuring legal historian Mary Ziegler and the Center's Katherine Mayall.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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