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SOLIDARITY REQUEST for Gulalai Ismail of Aware Girls: PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION

Gulalai Ismail, is the co-founder and chair of Aware Girls in Pakistan and an award-winning human rights activist. She was detained at the Islamabad airport on 12 October 2018 by the Federal Investigative Agency on her return from the UK ...

GLOBAL COMPACT FOR REFUGEES: CALL FOR ACTION

The draft Global Compact for Refugees, due for a vote in December at the UN, fails to mention the need for sexual and reproductive health services for women and girls in refugee settings, including access to skilled birth attendants and ...

LEBANON – What Maya says on abortion: a video from Lebanon

A video addressing important issues surrounding abortion: Is it a crime or isn’t it? Does it have a soul or not yet? Why is so much of the discussion about the fetus, which is still being formed, and not about ...

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO – Complications from unsafe abortion in Kinshasa, DRC

A study using data from 2016 found that the majority of women in Kinshasa who seek post-abortion care following an unsafe abortion experience severe or moderate complications. In 2016, 37,900 women obtained treatment for complications from abortion in Kinshasa. Researchers ...

ACT AUSTRALIA – Australian Capital Territory allows GPs to prescribe medical abortion pills

Women will have more choice for abortion services in the ACT under the Health (Improving Abortion Access) Amendment Bill 2018, which was passed on 19 September in the ACT Legislative Assembly. The legislation, introduced by ACT Greens, allows medical abortion ...

CANADA – Abortion pill inequality: How access varies widely across Canada

Since medical abortion pills became available in January 2017, at least 13,000 prescriptions have been written or filled across Canada, according to numbers provided to several newspapers by provincial health ministries. However, in the nearly two years since Canadians got ...