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Center to Hold Global Webinar on SRHR in Humanitarian Settings

The Center for Reproductive Rights and the Gender Centre at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, will hold a webinar on November 23 titled  "Accountability for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Settings."

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Inside Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic–And the Biggest Fight for Abortion Rights in a Generation

Time Magazine’s cover story focused on the Center’s upcoming Supreme Court case and its client, Jackson Women’s Health Organization--the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi. Shannon Brewer, the director of the clinic, was featured on the [...]

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Abortion is Essential to Democracy

After Texas’s abortion ban went into effect on September 1, Ms. Magazine and the Brennan Center for Justice joined forces to create a collection of essays that explore why the right to abortion is essential [...]

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¿Cómo beneficiaría a las niñas y adolescentes la eliminación del delito de aborto en Colombia?

A publication on the benefits of abortion decriminalization for girls and adolescents in Colombia.

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Abortion and Gender Equality: Spotlight on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

For almost five decades, the right to abortion has helped advance gender equality in the U.S. by allowing generations of women to pursue their personal, educational, and employment opportunities and life goals.

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‘Catastrophic implications’: UN health expert condemns US over threat to abortion rights

The Guardian reported on an amicus brief submitted by Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, the UN’s special rapporteur on the right to health, in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, an upcoming Supreme Court case reviewing Mississppi’s [...]

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New Rule Restores Reproductive Health Services to Title X Family Planning Program

Biden Administration's Final Rule on Title X restores reproductive health services under nationwide family planning program.

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Case Timeline: Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson

May 19: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 8 into law.   July 13: Plaintiffs filed the case in federal district court.   August 4-5: The defendants filed motions to dismiss, asking the district court to [...]

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A 15-Week Abortion Ban Is a Coward’s Compromise

This article from Rewire News Group about the Center’s upcoming Supreme Court case on a Mississippi abortion ban explains that banning abortion after 15-weeks of pregnancy is not compromise, but “capitulation.” Upholding the ban would [...]

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Media Reports on Supreme Court Arguments in Texas Abortion Ban Case

On November 1, Marc Hearron, senior counsel for the Center, argued Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson before the Supreme Court. The case challenges Texas’s abortion ban that prohibits abortion care at about six weeks of [...]

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Oral Arguments Presented at the Supreme Court in Texas Abortion Ban Cases

Cases challenging the Texas law brought by the Center and the Department of Justice were argued at the Court November 1.

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Marc Hearron, attorney for abortion providers, has deep Texas ties.

This piece in The New York Times provides an introduction of Marc Hearron, Senior Counsel at the Center, who is arguing the Center's case, Whole Woman's Health v. Jackson, before the U.S. Supreme Court on [...]

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Briefs Filed in Texas Abortion Ban Cases Cite Threats to Constitutional Rights, the Rule of Law, and Health and Wellbeing

Citing threats to constitutional rights and the rule of law—as well as harms to health and wellbeing—experts in constitutional law, health care, government, and civil rights filed amicus briefs in support of two cases challenging Texas’s extreme abortion ban.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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