Argentina – Victory is announced in the street: 14 June – una jornada histórica

What more is there to say!!! We await first-hand reports and an outline of the final text of the bill as agreed in the House of Deputies. It is not yet law, however. The bill has to go to the upper chamber of the Congress, date to be arranged. But meanwhile, we can only repeat again and again our heartfelt congratulations to everyone involved. What a fabulous victory!!! In Paraguay, however, we are very disturbed … Continued

ARGENTINA – WE WON

The debate has lasted 23 hours.

Congratulations!! Venceremos!!! Yes for law reform, abortion on request up to 14 weeks, 131 in favour, opposed 123. WE’VE WON!!! Now there are several more clauses, e.g. legal grounds after 14 weeks. The debate on these continues. We will report more tomorrow..

IRELAND – Justice for Ms Y – finally

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) of Ireland has acknowledged liability and said it is willing to compensate a young woman known as Ms Y for failing to ensure she was provided with an abortion when she first sought one as a teenager in 2014. Ms Y sought refugee status in Ireland after she was kidnapped, beaten, and repeatedly raped by the head of a paramilitary organisation in her home country. She discovered she was … Continued

WOMEN’S LINK WORLDWIDE – Seeking Social Change in the Courts: Tools for Strategic Advocacy

by Mónica Roa with Barbara Klugman   This is a practical 160-page tool for advocates from all social justice fields who are interested in using the courts. It includes a comprehensive explanation of the much-used term “strategic litigation” and walks readers through Women’s Link’s approach to how litigation can become a platform to achieve social change.   There is an introduction and conclusion and a substantial number of illustrative boxes and figures. For example:   … Continued

IRELAND – Irish Health and Safety Executive (HSE) finally acknowledges responsibility and is willing to compensate a woman rape victim who sought asylum and was denied a legal abortion

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has admitted liability and said it is willing to compensate a woman known as Ms Y for failing to provide her with an abortion when she first sought one. Ms Y is a young woman who sought refugee status in Ireland after she was kidnapped, beaten, and repeatedly raped by the head of a paramilitary organisation in her home country. She discovered she was pregnant shortly after she arrived … Continued

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