The song _4284_ / I’m A Life, is Janet’s account of her journey to England for an abortion. The title reflects both her own words and also highlights the numbers who travelled from Northern Ireland & the Republic of Ireland to access abortions in 2015. Her words; “You can try and shame me, but you forgot I’m a life…” remind us how the damaging rhetoric of those in power continue to control the lives and bodies of women and pregnant people in Northern Ireland.
To conduct a systematic review of the status of post-abortion care (PAC) provision in Eastern and Southern Africa with particular reference to reach, quality and costs of these services.
There are women in every neighbourhood in Trinidad & Tobago (TT) who have terminated a pregnancy at least once. From here, our support to current efforts to decriminalise abortion in Jamaica should be clear. In TT, women can risk jail and pay for a private medical procedure.
A federal judge in Oregon state issued a written opinion on 29 April 2019 saying the Trump administration’s abortion clinic-referral restriction “recklessly disregards the health outcomes of women, families, and communities”. US District Judge Michael J McShane called the federal … Continued
Unlike any UNFPA Report you have ever seen before. It opens with a video with various women’s stories. Above is one page from the text. It’s a highly visual report, and it supports access to safe abortion (when legal, of … Continued