GYNUITY HEALTH PROJECTS NEWS

I. Online course for health care providers in Latin America on midwifery and task-sharing Gynuity’s one-day training developed for public sector health providers in Mexico, has been adapted as an online course. It is conducted in Spanish by a team of multidisciplinary facilitators from Mexico and divided into three modules of 75 minutes each. It will take place in May 2019. Details about the course and how to sign up are available en español aqui. … Continued

MEXICO – SPOTLIGHT ON A CAMPAIGN MEMBER: GIRE

GIRE is the principal source of the latest information on reproductive justice in Mexico, often cited by lawmakers, media, allied organizations, and academics. In 2018, we found innovative ways to address our priority issues, including the criminalization of abortion, an agenda for the new government with reproductive rights proposals, a research study into the lack of transparency surrounding adoption in Mexico and extensive report on the state of reproductive justice in Mexico.

MEXICO – Posicionamiento de Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir ante las recientes declaraciones del Papa Francisco sobre las mujeres que abortan

Lamentamos profundamente sus recientes declaraciones sobre el aborto. Aunque desde el inicio de su pontificado no esperábamos que cambiara su postura al respecto, teníamos la esperanza de que fuera más comprensivo con los millones de mujeres que se encuentran en el dilema de interrumpir o continuar con un embarazo y con aquellas que, en medio de un profundo conflicto moral, lo interrumpieron por ser resultado de una violación o por experimentar violencia o situaciones económicas difíciles en sus hogares.

MEXICO – Capturing compassion: a survey of Mexican Catholics assessing abortion support by reason for abortion and degree of Catholicism

The main reasons women need abortion are precisely those with low support among Mexican Catholics. Focusing on nuanced measures of Catholicism can help us identify areas for shared values and frame messaging to meet the diversity of Catholic opinion. Catholicism is not an unsurmountable barrier to liberalization of abortion law.

MEXICO: 28 SEPTEMBER AND MORE

A few days after thousands of women took to the streets of Mexico City to demand the decriminalisation of abortion on International Safe Abortion Day, the party PRD put the issue on the table of the Mexica Congress. Senator Leonor Noyola, with support from her caucus, presented a bill that seeks to add three new paragraphs to Article 1 of the Mexican Constitution. Article 1 currently recognises the human rights of all Mexicans and the … Continued

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