Solidarity

WGNRR Commends Chile’s Move to Ease Total Abortion Ban, Expanding Access to Safe & Legal Abortion

(Ver versión en Español más abajo) The Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) welcomes the recent approval of the Chilean Health Commission of the Legislative Chamber to decriminalize abortion in cases where the pregnant woman’s life is at risk, or in cases of fatal foetal impairments,[1] and urges the Commission to also approve abortion […]

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Support Chile!

CHILE MOVES TOWARDS EASING ABORTION BAN The Health Commission of the Legislative Chamber has approved and voted in favor to allow women access to safe and legal abortion services in cases of life-endangerment and fatal fetal impairments. Join the tweet-a-thon and show your support on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 with the hashtags: #Chile #AbortoLibre #AbortoSinEstigma

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Observe the New Penal Code – Letter to the President of Dominican Republic

Your solidarity needed urgently! The new Penal Code in Dominican Republic was approved which results in criminalisation of abortion in all circumstances. Join the twitter campaign today and send your letter to the President Danilo Medica @PresidenciaRD using #ObserveCP and CCing @HenryMolina @Ratehol @DaniloMedina

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Criminalizing Abortion Constitutes Institutional Violence

September 28 campaign in Latin America and the Caribbean is calling for the international mobilisation to demand decriminalisation of abortion in seven countries in the regional where abortion is completely prohibited and penalised

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1 in 3 Campaign: on-line abortion speak out on November 20

Join us for the first ever online abortion speakout on November 20! Over 100 people will make history and share their experiences with abortion during our 8 hour broadcast.

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European Parliament: Please Guarantee Access to Safe and Legal Abortion for Every Woman in the EU

International human rights law recognizes that obtaining a safe and legal abortion is crucial to women’s and girls’ effective enjoyment and exercise of their human rights, including, among others, the rights to life, non-discrimination, equality, health and privacy.

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