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KENYA: THE FIRST DAY OF ICPD+25

“Dumped babies are just the tip of the iceberg”: the consequences of curbing reproductive rights It’s a hot mid-August morning, and Lydia Wambui’s bright green overalls are soaked. She’s standing knee-deep in Nairobi River, using a metal rod to catch ...

ITALY – Seven doctors on trial for manslaughter in the death in Sicily of Valentina Milluzzo in 2016

Seven Italian doctors are on trial for manslaughter, accused of failing to carry out a life-saving abortion as emergency obstetric care in 2016 for Valentina Milluzzo, who began miscarrying when she was 19 weeks pregnant with twins. She died of ...

SLOVAKIA – Punitive abortion regulations tabled in parliament

The Slovak Parliament has just voted in favour of a bill whose intention is to complicate access to abortion, tabled in the wake of a widely reported anti-abortion march in the country in late September 2019, which attracted 50,000 marchers ...

ARMENIA – Women’s Resource Center faces legal prosecution

The Women’s Resource Center in Armenia is facing legal prosecution after months of receiving threats from Armenian nationalists and far-right movements. The organisation issued the following open letter explaining the situation: “Enough! A call to action to protect women human ...

JAMAICA – Youth parliamentarians tackle abortion, violence and climate change

At a sitting of the 10th National Youth Parliament, the young people representing youth groups from across the island, engaged in spirited debate on abortion, youth participation in the political process, youth violence, and climate change, making a number of ...

LATIN AMERICA – Afro-descendant women in Latin America are raising their voices more and more every day

Within the green scarves’ movement fighting for abortion rights and against femicide, Afro-descendant women in Latin America are raising their voices more and more every day, to underline the disadvantages and invisibility they suffer in society. The growing capacity to ...