STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY SOUTH KOREA: Rally in Seoul on 7 July 2018

TO: Joint Action for Reproductive Justice network: Center for Health and Social Change, Femidangdang, Femimonsters, Flaming Feminist Action, Korea Sexual Violence Relief Center, Korean Women’s Associations United, Korea Women’s Hot Line, Network for Glocal Activism, Sexual and Reproductive Rights Forum, Womenlink, Women with Disabilities Empathy On behalf of the members of the International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion in 119 countries around the world, I am writing to express our solidarity with everyone … Continued

STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY POLAND: Why does your government hate women so much?

To the Members of the Polish Sejm and the parliamentary clubs: The International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion has nearly 1,300 members in 119 countries who support women’s right to safe abortion. On behalf of all the members of the Campaign, I am writing to urge you to drop this vicious, anti-women, anti-abortion bill. It will not stop abortions, it will not save babies who could not survive on their own no matter … Continued

JOB ADVERTISEMENT: We’re looking for a new Director!

Job Advertisement: Director Overview The purpose of the Campaign is to build an international network that brings together individuals and organizations with an interest in promoting and providing safe abortion, and to create a shared platform for advocacy, debate and dialogue, and the sharing of skills and experience. The Campaign is looking for a new Director to start as soon as possible. Details Location: London Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: Depending on experience Contract … Continued

Safe Abortion Information Hotlines: part of the long history of sharing sexual and reproductive health information and giving support

Information helplines and hotlines have probably been around for as long as there have been telephones. If you put the word “helpline” into Google, the pages fill up with different helplines. In the last decade, safe abortion information helplines have evolved as a successful strategy to share information about how to have a safe abortion using medicines (mifepristone and misoprostol) and as a vehicle for social change.

UN rights experts urge legislators to back Dominican Republic’s stand on abortion

A group of United Nations human rights experts today urged all Dominican Republic legislators to protect women and girls’ rights to sexual and reproductive health in the country by supporting President Danilo Medina’s position against regressive amendments of the Penal Code regarding abortion.

Short reports from Russia, Macedonia, Georgia, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man

Read these short reports on abortion law and policy in Russia, Macedonia, Georgia, Northern Ireland, and the Isle of Man. They cover abortion research and judicial review, reported by a number of abortion reights groups and news outlets.

Professor Mahmoud F Fathalla: “unarguably the greatest women’s health rights champion of the last century” at 80-something

Mahmoud F Fathalla of Egypt earned his medical degree in obstetrics and gynaecology from the University of Cairo in 1962 and his PhD from Edinburgh University in 1967. He has had a long and distinguished career, which has continued many years into his retirement. He served as the Dean of the Medical School, Assiut University, Egypt. He was the former Director of the UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human … Continued

Dame Margaret Sparrow: abortion rights pioneer at 80-something

“Dame Margaret Sparrow was 21 when she carried out her do-it-yourself abortion. The year was 1956; if you didn’t want a baby, there were few ways out. She sent away for an inky-black elixir from a chemist rumoured to know about such things, and it arrived in the post in a brown paper bag. “I have no idea what the mixture contained, whether it was a health risk or what the margin of safety was,” … Continued

Study finds married women in Malawi using unsafe abortion methods

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In Malawi a study has estimated that 80% of women who had unsafe abortions in the country were married. The study, carried out by the Coalition for Prevention of Unsafe Abortion (COPUA), found that a low uptake of contraception among married women was a driver behind unintended pregnancies and that 33,000 women are treated annually for abortion complications. COPUA is now on a countrywide tour for public health workers, asking to solicit views for input before the current abortion bill reaches Parliament.

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