Five young women are taking on one of the world’s harshest abortion bans in this month’s legislative elections. They don’t expect to win—yet.
Neither the government nor the pill manufacturer have offered any help to the women with unplanned pregnancies, and elective abortion is illegal in Chile.
The killing in Argentina of 18-year-old Úrsula Bahillo has prompted outrage around the country.
Latin America is home to some draconian anti-abortion laws, and Honduras is strengthening its own after Argentina decided to legalize the procedure.
The vote to make terminations legal took place in a region that's home to some of the world's most draconian anti-abortion laws.
The lower house of Congress just voted yes on the bill, which now needs to pass the Senate.
The president just sent a bill to congress that could legalize abortion completely.
The government cleared out thousands of people, who claim they have nowhere else to go, to honor a private property deal.
Banco Nacion is the first bank in the world to adopt a quota for transgender people, the country’s banking union says.
Coronavirus has upended the intimate work of Socorristas en Red, a collective of volunteers who help women get abortions. But it hasn't changed their ultimate goal: a dramatic cultural shift in how Argentina treats women seeking to end their pregnancies.
As COVID-19 spikes across the country, women are shouldering much of the vital work to protect marginalized groups.
As the national team heads to the Women’s World Cup in France next month, players throughout the country are driving an urgent conversation around Argentina’s favorite sport, and drawing in new fans as a result.