A case against the Kenyan Government for violating national and international laws relating to abortion has been heard in High Court. The Center of Reproductive Rights, who filed the case, argue that the Ministry of Health has been prohibiting health workers from participating in training that has anything to do with safe abortion.
Melissa Madera has travelled across the USA to record women telling the stories about their abortions. The stories can all be found in her online Abortion Diary with stories that last from 10 to 60 minutes.
Statement from the Peace Foundation, Pakistan “We have been hearing so many sweet coded words that now with legal abortion women will be free, have access to reproductive justice. Legislation regarding abortion is often proved meaningless, however, because wherever abortion … Continued
STOP PRESS: President Ernest Bai Koroma refuses to sign the abortion bill passed by Parliament in December 6-7 January 2015 This decision followed a meeting with the Inter Religious Council, which has been opposed to the new law. Anti-abortion lobbying … Continued
by Ally Boguhn 22 December 2015 Emily Crockett 1. The EACH Woman Act In July, a group of congresswomen, in conjunction with a coalition of pro-choice advocates, introduced the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH Woman) Act … Continued