Tag Archives: prochoice

Global Gag Reflex?!

10 things you need to know about the global gag rule! 1. How GGR came to be The Mexico City Policy was first introduced in 1984 by the then President of United States Ronald Reagan. Ever since, The United States … Continue reading

Posted in Blogs By Youth Champions, Campaigns, International Campaign For Women's Right To Safe Abortion, It's Her Right, Laws and International Conventions, Marginalized Women, Other SRHR Fields, Pro-Choice Discussions, Services, Providers and Hotlines, Stigma, Religion and Social Barriers | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Global Gag Reflex?!

Abortion Care Providers SAVE LIVES!

Establishing a Network of Health Care Professionals Medical and nursing professionals have always been at the forefront of providing care in difficult and dangerous situations and have stepped up on behalf of the vulnerable and marginalized during natural disasters, wars … Continue reading

Posted in Access and Barriers, Advocacy, Archives, ASAP's Events, Events, Stigma, Religion and Social Barriers | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Abortion Care Providers SAVE LIVES!

An Open Letter on the Importance of Reproductive Choice: Ann Furedi

Choice does not necessarily have to be in a name. But it needs to be at the core of our values, because respect for women’s capacity to decide really does matter, writes Ann Furedi on RH Reality Check.  I want … Continue reading

Posted in Ideologies, Pro-Choice Discussions | Tagged , , | Comments Off on An Open Letter on the Importance of Reproductive Choice: Ann Furedi

Word Of The Month: Personhood

Personhood is the status of being a person. Sounds simple, right ? But defining personhood is a very controversial topic !! One needs to draw upon philosophy, anthropology, genetics, ethics as well as law to reach some conclusions. In law … Continue reading

Posted in Monthly Columns, Word Of The Month | Tagged , | Comments Off on Word Of The Month: Personhood

As A Woman Who Had An Abortion I Feel Patronized

The recent debate on abortion in Ireland has sparked the interest of the world. But whatever activists, politicians, religious leaders and others might have to say, it is the voice of women who have had abortions that make all the … Continue reading

Posted in Access and Barriers, Ideologies, Pro-Choice Discussions, Stigma, Religion and Social Barriers | Tagged , , | Comments Off on As A Woman Who Had An Abortion I Feel Patronized