From Clandestinity to Congress: This 30-page publication by the Red de Acceso al Aborto Seguro Argentina (Network for Access to Safe Abortion Argentina, REDAAS) is an analysis of the events that took place during the legislative debate on the Law for the Voluntary Termination of Pregnancy in Argentina in 2018.
Based on legal abortion practices in Argentina, this paper proposes language for the regulation of conscientious objection within public policy. This proposal is empirically informed, based on a review of comparative legal studies and a conceptual framework that considers regulatory needs, gaps in public policy and the everyday experiences of women, healthcare teams and health authorities.
On 21 May 2019, an obstetrician-gynaecologist was found guilty of obstructing a legal abortion in Argentina. The young woman, who was 19 years old at the time, requested an abortion due to rape and was admitted to hospital with contractions. … Continued
Here are photos on the red carpet outside and inside at the Cannes Film Festival, of members of Argentina’s abortion rights movement, who were there for the film to compete for an award as a documentary. Here is a report … Continued
IWHC writes: We were proud to honor activist Marta Alanis at IWHC’s 2019 Annual Dinner last week. There, we shared Marta’s story, and as she took the stage the audience erupted in our version of the green wave for women’s … Continued