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The European Parliament Expresses Concern About Backsliding on Reproductive Rights in the United States card link

The European Parliament Expresses Concern About Backsliding on Reproductive Rights in the United States

06.09.2022 (PRESS RELEASE) -- In a resolution on global threats to abortion rights adopted today by a large majority, the European Parliament expressed serious concern about the potential eradication of constitutional rights protection for abortion [...]

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Life After Roe

The Skimm This podcast interviewed Center president and CEO Nancy Northup about what to expect if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. Northup stated, “There is going to be an immediate crisis in abortion [...]

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How U.S. States Can Protect Abortion Rights

As the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether to overturn the right to abortion, state abortion protections matter more than ever.

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Answers to Common Questions About Abortion Access

With the Supreme Court considering overturning or weakening Roe v. Wade before the end of its 2022 session, The New York Times published an article that answers common questions about abortion access. The Center’s research [...]

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Aligning the Penal Code to the Constitution: The Malindi High Court Decision on the Question of Abortion in Kenya (Factsheet)

The case of PAK and Salim Mohammed v. Attorney General and Three Others, Malindi High Court

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OK H.B. 4327, First Supplemental Application, Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice v. State of Oklahoma

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Submission to the UN Assesses the Philippines’ Progress on SRHR Issues

Report to the UPR Working Group by the Center and its partners cites barriers and recommends improvements in access to contraception, maternal health, abortion, and adolescent sex education.

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Florida Health Centers Challenge 15-Week Abortion Ban in State Court

06.01.2022 (PRESS RELEASE) — Florida health care providers filed a lawsuit bringing a state constitutional challenge earlier today to House Bill 5, a ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy that threatens to put [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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Chilean Activists Celebrate Apology in Forced Sterilization Case

Al Jazeera reported on the apology by Chilean President Gabriel Boric to a woman who was forcibly sterilized after the birth of her son because she had HIV. The Center and its local partner, Vivo [...]

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Podcast: Center’s Katy Mayall Discusses How the U.S. Falls Short on Reproductive Rights

Katherine Mayall, the Center’s director of strategic initiatives, appeared on the Deep Dish podcast to discuss how global trends in abortion regulation and access influence reproductive rights in the United States. Mayall discussed global abortion [...]

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Women are Pushed Deeper into Poverty When Denied Access to an Abortion, Research Shows

A recent NPR piece outlined the economic impacts on women who are denied access to an abortion. The story profiled a 35-year-old mother of two small children who found out she was pregnant after having [...]

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Oklahoma Governor Puts into Effect the Most Restrictive Abortion Law in the Country 

On Wednesday, May 25, Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma signed a bill that bans nearly all abortions. The total ban will take effect immediately. The law, which was passed by the state legislature on May [...]

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President of Chile Issues Public Apology to Woman who was Sterilized Without Her Consent in Landmark Case at the IACHR

On May 26, President Gabriel Boric of Chile delivered a public apology to Francisca, a woman with HIV who was sterilized without her consent after giving birth in 2002. The apology is part of a [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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