Tag: P and S v. Poland

Submission on Poland to Committee of Ministers (January 2021)

01/29/21–The Center for Reproductive Rights and the Federation for Women and Family Planning submit updated information to the Committee of Ministers regarding Poland’s implementation of three judgments of the European Court of Human Rights regarding access to legal abortion and associated reproductive health care and information, Tysiąc v. Poland (App. No. 5410/03) and R.R. v. Poland (Appl. […]

Submission on Poland to Committee of Ministers (February 2021)

02/24/21–Submission by the Center for Reproductive Rights and the Federation for Women and Family Planning of brief supplemental information to the Communication under Rule 9(2) of the Rules of the Committee of Ministers in the cases Tysiąc v. Poland (App. No. 5410/03), R.R. v. Poland (App. No. 27617/04) and P. and S. v. Poland (App. No. […]

Joint Submission on Poland to Committee of Ministers (January 2020)

Communication under Rule 9(2) of the Rules of the Committee of Ministers in the cases Tysiąc v. Poland (App. No. 5410/03), R.R. v.Poland (Appl. No. 37617/04) and P. and S. v. Poland (App. No. 57375/08)

Strasbourg Observers: P and S v. Poland – Adolescence, vulnerability, and reproductive autonomy

Strasbourg Observers: P and S v. Poland – Adolescence, vulnerability, and reproductive autonomy By Johanna Westeson, Regional Director for Europe, Center for Reproductive Rights This week, the European Court of Human Rights issued its decision in P and S v. Poland, a case of a Polish teenager who became pregnant as a result of rape […]

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