Category: Solidarity

#idecide my future – Support IPPF Global Campaign

222 million women in the developing world want contraception but can’t get it. We know from our partners on the ground what the impact of this is — many women become are vulnerable to unplanned pregnancy and face the risk of seeing their child die from poverty related causes.

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Call for demonstrations across Europe − 20 August

Support the rallies in Dublin, Galway and Cork in Ireland and in London on 20 August 6pm outside the Irish Embassy History: 18 year old asylum seeker in Ireland raped, refused an abortion, threatened suicide, went on hunger and liquid strike, court order obtained by doctors to forcibly hydrate her and do a forced caesarean […]

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My Body is Mine campaign: international petition

  Why this is important To : Ban Ki-moon , Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, On the occasion of September 28, 2013, World Day of action for safe and legal abortion , we urge you to call to UN members States to call for safe and accessible abortion right during the […]

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PERU: HELP TO PREVENT A TOTAL BAN ON ABORTION

Congress of Peru  is deciding on the fate of women whose lives and health are put at risk for pregnancy by proposing to absolutely criminalise abortion, a move based on religious parameters and dogmas of faith in making laws. It is widely recognized that there are situations where the pregnancy poses a serious risk to […]

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NIGERIA: SOLIDARITY STATEMENT TO CELEBRATE THE IMO STATE ABORTION LAW

On behalf of Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) we would like to express appreciation to the House of Assembly of Imo State for passing the “Violence Against Persons (Prohibition) Bill, 2011” and enacting it as a law to eliminate violence in private and public life, prohibit all forms of violence including physical, sexual, […]

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JAMAICA: REPEAL DISCRIMINATORY LAWS AGAINST JAMAICAN WOMEN

Jamaican women’s health and rights are compromised or denied because of restrictive legislation and prohibitive costs. This includes stigma, and the personal pain borne by women across class, ethnicity and religious affiliation coming terms with their exercise of choice to terminate a pregnancy. SIGN THE PETITION HERE

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