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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case by Foster Care Service Providers That Could Have Broad Implications for Non-Discrimination Law card link

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case by Foster Care Service Providers That Could Have Broad Implications for Non-Discrimination Law

On November 4, the United States Supreme Court heard argument in a case that could subject LGBTQ people and others to discrimination by private entities that contract with the government to provide government services. The case, Fulton v. City [...]

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Europe Update: Abortion Rights at Risk in Poland and Slovakia

Recent developments in Poland and Slovakia demonstrate the ongoing struggle to defend abortion rights against coordinated and systemic attacks on sexual and reproductive rights across the world.   Poland   Update: On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, Poland’s government published an announcement from [...]

Abortion,Europe, Poland, Slovakia,Around the World,News

Center Urges UN Members to Consider Reproductive Rights in Assessing U.S.’s Human Rights Record

U.S. Peer Review at the UN Human Rights Council Scheduled for November 9 In preparation for the upcoming Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United States’ human rights record before the United Nations Human Rights [...]

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Tennessee’s Mandatory Waiting Period for Abortion: “Highly Insulting and Paternalistic”

    Update: On 4/23/21, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated the 48-hour mandatory waiting period, allowing it to take effect immediately in Tennessee. Patients at health centers at the time of the ruling [...]

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Center’s Concerns About Judge Barrett’s Reproductive Rights Views “Further Intensified” After Committee Testimony

Updated Report Examines the SCOTUS Nominee’s Testimony Before the Senate Judiciary Committee The Center for Reproductive Rights has issued an updated report after analyzing Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee October [...]

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El Centro celebra la resolución histórica de la ONU para la protección de los derechos humanos de mujeres y niñas en crisis humanitarias card link

El Centro celebra la resolución histórica de la ONU para la protección de los derechos humanos de mujeres y niñas en crisis humanitarias

El Centro de Derechos Reproductivos reconoce la adopción, por consenso en Ginebra, de la resolución del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de las Naciones Unidas (CDH) titulada "Promoción, protección y respeto del pleno disfrute de los [...]

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Center’s Legal Analysis Outlines Judge Barrett’s Extreme Record on Reproductive Rights

The Center concludes the SCOTUS nominee “stands all too ready, if not eager, to undermine women’s basic liberty rights.” The Center for Reproductive Rights has issued an analysis of the judicial rulings, writings and public [...]

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Texas Ban on Standard Abortion Procedure Struck Down; Would Have Interfered with Doctors’ Judgment

Decision marks another win by the Center and its partners in striking down state abortion restrictions. UPDATE: On October 30, the full Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals announced that on its own initiative it has [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

Center Applauds UN’s Adoption of  Landmark Resolution on Women’s and Girls’ Human Rights in Humanitarian Situations card link

Center Applauds UN’s Adoption of Landmark Resolution on Women’s and Girls’ Human Rights in Humanitarian Situations

Resolution calls for promoting, protecting and respecting women’s and girls’ full enjoyment of human rights in humanitarian situations The Center for Reproductive Rights welcomes the United Nations Human Rights Council’s (HRC) adoption by consensus in [...]

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Center Lawsuit Temporarily Blocks Tennessee’s Medication Abortion “Reversal” Law

2/26/21 Update: A federal court in Tennessee issued a preliminary injunction in this case to block Tennessee's law. Click here for more information on this ruling.  Just one day before a Tennessee medication abortion “reversal” law was to [...]

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Ruling’s Impact on the Undue Burden Standard

A new report issued by the Center for Reproductive Rights analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2020 decision in June Medical Services v. Russo, a leading abortion case brought by the Center.

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On Hyde Amendment’s 44th Anniversary, Center and Allies Call for its End

Amendment Prohibiting Federal Coverage of Most Abortion Care Harms Marginalized Communities Since 1976, the Hyde Amendment has institutionalized unequal access to reproductive health care by denying coverage of abortion care for people enrolled in Medicaid [...]

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Issue Brief: U.S. Government Exploits COVID-19 to Mistreat Pregnant Immigrants and Asylum Seekers

A new issue brief from the Center for Reproductive Rights and partner organizations details how the U.S. government has exploited the COVID-19 pandemic to eviscerate humanitarian and human rights protections for immigrants and people seeking [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

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