“Whether our movement can collectively and individually stand up to Trump today and insist that we will keep doing our work for safe abortion, whatever he and the anti-abortion movement throw at us, is a conversation we need to start having right away, and with our governments too. But the bottom line is, as in the past, that we either tell the man to keep his money – or we cave in, stay on the payroll. Either way we will take the consequences.”
According to data still being collected by Erica Chenoweth at the University of Denver and Jeremy Pressman at the University of Connecticut, marches were held in more than 500 U.S. cities, attended by an estimated 3.3 to 4.6 million people. And roughly 200 of those cities have not yet released data on their marches. Even places like Stanley, Idaho (population 63), where nearly half the town – 30 people – came out to … Continued
All three can be found here. All three contain reports and discussion of legal cases on a wide range of sexual and reproductive health and rights topics heard in courts across sub-Saharan Africa.
On 11 January 2017, the Belfast Telegraph reported that a woman and her partner were on trial for allegedly using medical abortion pills to self-induce an abortion, and the term used by the Belfast Telegraph in the article for medical abortion pills was “poison”.
“The articles collected here address both the practical and the philosophical dimension of the problem of conscientious objection in healthcare. A wide range of positions are presented, criticised, and defended from philosophical, ethical, and legal perspectives.”