womens reproductive rights
The Supreme Court ending the constitutional right to abortion only applies to the US, but it has reverberated across the world.
Andrea Prudente's pregnancy is unviable, but no doctor in Malta can terminate it. Her husband told VICE World News that what she's enduring is “torture.”
Poland has outlawed the most common of few existing grounds for legal termination in the staunchly Catholic country.
The ordinances labeled some abortion advocacy groups as “criminal organizations.”
The My Body My Choice campaign is creating a safe space through which abortion can be discussed and understood openly by women in India.
The Georgia law was set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
“It’s more of a when than an if."
Many are up in arms about a law that weakens anti-corruption initiatives, but that’s just the beginning.
On this episode, we chat about Diane Foley, who formally ran crisis pregnancy centers created to convince women not to have abortions.