Two recent reports by the International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion are now available in multiple languages. Full details via this thumbnail.
This seminar, organised by CLACAI (Consortio Latinoamericano contra Aborto Inseguro / Latin American Consortium against Unsafe Abortion) was attended by 106 people from 12 countries in the Latin American region. Its aim was to generate an exchange of ideas and strategies that draw on the experiences and proposals of other fields outside of sexual and reproductive rights, to open us to new approaches, initiatives and allies in the face of the discourses against gender and the onslaught against freedom of expression.
RAISE writes: “We at RAISE are devastated by the tragic death of our friend and former colleague, Jennifer Schlecht, whose work to ensure women and girls in humanitarian settings had access to good quality SRH services will be carried on. In Jenn’s honor, we are focusing this week’s literature review on a selection of articles that she co-authored over the years.”
Women on Web is a telemedical abortion service based in the Netherlands. Recent research by them shows that some women living in the Netherlands cannot access abortion services in clinics. During a 9-month period, 172 women living in the Netherlands responded to an online consultation who were seeking help to have an abortion. The responses came not only from the large cities but also from small villages.
The moral agency of abortion providers: conscientious provision, dangertalk, and the lived experience of doing stigmatized work – by Lisa Harris.