Tag: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Abortion in India: Report Reveals Widespread Legal Barriers and Recommends Ways to Improve Access

Report by the Center and partners launched at a virtual event for advocates and stakeholders in India.

Abortion Has Never Been Just About Abortion

In an op-ed on the evolution of abortion attitudes in the United States, the New York Times quotes the Center, saying “Laws that restrict abortion have the effect and purpose of preventing a woman from exercising any of her human rights or fundamental freedoms on a basis of equality with men.” New York Times: Abortion […]

Center Works to Combat Global Regression on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

The Center convenes global experts to address regression on SRHR and organize a global force to combat regression and advance reproductive rights.

Issue Spotlight: Adolescent SRHR

The Center works around the world to guarantee adolescents the full exercise of their SRHR, including their rights to make informed decisions about their sexuality and reproduction and to access sexual and reproductive health services.

EU Resolution Calls for Full Realization of SRHR in the EU

The European Parliament passed today a resolution affirming that sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are fundamental human rights that must be upheld by European Union (EU) Member States.

Access to SRHR Information by Women and Girls in Kenya

The Center for Reproductive Rights and its partner, Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health (TICAH), have launched a new report titled Access to SRHR Information by Women and Girls in Kenya: Assessment of Nairobi, Bungoma, Homabay, Kericho and Kilifi Counties. The report discusses a study by the Center and TICAH that evaluated women and girls’ access to […]

Technical Paper: Accountability for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Settings

This paper examines obligations under international law regarding access to SRH information and services for civilians in humanitarian settings.