French government moves to ban misleading anti-abortion websites

The French National Assembly has passed a law outlawing the promotion of false and misleading information about abortion on the internet, which will now go to the Senate: “Opposition to the practice of disinformation, in particular on the Internet, of intentionally promoting errors, or intentionally putting psychological pressure on women and those close to them in the matter of abortion.”

Le renforcement du rôle des sages-femmes réveille la bataille avec les gynécologues (Strengthening of the role of midwives reawakens a conflict with gynaecologists)

Following a government decree of 5 June 2016, midwives will soon be able to provide medical abortion pills up to seven weeks of amenorrhoea (nine weeks LMP) without the supervision of a gynaecologist. To promote knowledge of this new policy, the Department of Health launched a communications campaign on 22 June to raise public awareness of this expansion of midwives’ roles.

During the 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, the French Minister of Families, Childhood and the Rights of Women called for the right to abortion for all

http://www.journaldesfemmes.com/societe/combats-de-femmes/1551215-laurence-rossignol-avortement-new-york/ At the 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York, Laurence Rossignol, the French Minister of Families, Childhood and the Rights of Women, spoke about the fact that the right to abortion continues to … Continued

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