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In a powerful op-ed on MSNBC.com, Center for Reproductive Rights president and CEO Nancy Northup takes stock of the continued fight for reproductive f
How much would we lose in a world without Roe v. Wade? Ask a woman who’s been there. Our Draw the Line storytelling project collects and share
Alex Lawrence is an attorney at Morrison &, Foerster who works pro bono with the Center for Reproductive Rights. He has personally logged 650 hour
For Roselyn, a reproductive health care worker in Uganda—where abortion is legal in some circumstances but very difficult to access—death is an everyd
“Why is there an RV in our parking lot?” Amy Hagstrom Miller, owner of Whole Woman’s Health, remembers thinking one morning as she looked out the wind
Days shy of 20 weeks pregnant, Whitney went in for a routine ultrasound and her world came to a standstill.  She could tell right away from th
Salon’s Jenny Kutner calls a new report released by the Guttmacher Institute charting legislative attacks on reproductive rights “foreboding.”  T
In a recent opinion piece, the New York Times praises a new policy—passed in December as part of the federal spending bill—that will ease the longstan
Watch this video from our President &, CEO, Nancy Northup: As the new year begins, our thoughts turn to our supporters like you—those who\'
In the face of ongoing, aggressive attacks on reproductive freedom in 2014, we continued to give our all to protect women’s fundamental rights—with bi
Watch this video from our President &, CEO, Nancy Northup: As the year draws to a close, my thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made
Lawmakers in South Carolina have pre-filed an assortment of new legislation aimed at making it harder for women to access legal abortion care and birt
Anti-choice state legislation has been alarmingly successful at limiting abortion access across the country over the last few years, writes CUNY Law P
A recent Wall Street Journal article takes a look at some of the big-picture issues around the recent tragedy in Bilaspur, India, where 13 women died
UPDATE: Following her conviction in November 2014, Nirmala’s case was appealed to the Penang High Court earlier this month. The judge determined that
“I was turned into someone’s wife before I knew what it meant to me,” remembers Rahar Maya Biswokarma, a Nepalese woman who was married off by her fam
The Center for Reproductive Rights works with the UN and civil society organizations at the forefront of key global advances in women’s reproductive a
A recent piece in the New York Times takes a look at the scope of President Obama’s bold Executive Order on immigration, which promises to shield up t
“At no point in her pregnancy should a woman lose her civil and human rights,” assert the authors of a recent op-ed in the New York Times. Written
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