We describe a number of conscientious objection cases in a liberal Western democracy. These cases strongly suggest that the typical conscientious objector does not object to unreasonable, controversial professional services – involving torture, for instance – but to the provision of professional services that are both uncontroversially legal and that patients are entitled to receive
The aim of the study was to assess the efficacy and acceptability of a regimen using mifepristone and buccal misoprostol with unlimited dosing for second trimester abortion in Armenia.
Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights is challenging the provincial governments of Canada to offer medical abortion pills free of charge to those who want them across Canada. They have given the provincial premiers a deadline of November, when the national ministers of health meeting takes place, to provide universal access. Medical abortion pills have been available in other countries for nearly 30 years and are approved for use in more than 60 countries, … Continued
A group of UN independent experts* has warned that women’s rights are facing an alarming backlash in many parts of the world. They said that it is critically important to press on with further setting of standards on gender equality, including through the repeal of all laws that discriminate against women on traditional, cultural or religious grounds and laws that exclusively or disproportionately criminalize action of behavior by women and girls. “We feel it is … Continued
Job Advertisement Campaign Administrator ‒ Job Description We are looking for an administrator for the Campaign who is based in London, UK. The post is initially temporary, covering 10 hours a week from 31 July 2017 to 25 August 2017. The post will then become available as a permanent position of 13 hours a week from 2 October 2017. It is preferable that the applicant be interested in the temporary and permanent position, which means … Continued