From stigma to pride: health professionals and abortion policies in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires by Sandra Salomé Fernández Vázquez, Josefina Brown Full Text Abstract Abortion stigma is experienced not only by women but also by providers and health professionals in a wide range of legal contexts. This paper analyses interviews with providers who work in the public health system in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires, Argentina. A court ruling in 2012, … Continued
Here are eight reports in brief from the Vatican, Uganda, Tanzania, Malaysia, Costa Rica, Argentina, Ireland and USA on abortion law and policy issues.
The elections this month included several “outspoken feminist candidates”, while protests against gender-based killing of women, national women’s strikes, and a “campaign that saw abortion nearly legalised in the National Congress last year” amount to what is being called “the revolution of the daughters”.
A selection of some of the best photos from the meeting, available via Clarin, 12 October 2019. Photo: Lucia Merle
Doctors from across the country launch campaign for legalisation of abortion Doctors have united in a campaign called “Salvemos miles de vidas” (Saving thousands of lives), thereby ending preventable deaths of women from clandestine abortions and rejecting “false news” about the practice. The campaign went public this week in Córdoba, Mendoza, Rosario (Santa Fe), Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Chaco, Corrientes, Río Negro, Neuquén, Santa Cruz, Chubut, Tierra del Fuego, La Pampa y las localidades bonaerenses de … Continued