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Worthy Opponents in Warsaw?

Last week's World Congress of Families provided an opportunity to hear the same old anti-choice rhetoric. It did not represent the real power of the anti-choice movement, which appears in less obvious arenas.

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Women’s Voices Must Be Heard

A new study on second trimester abortions in the United Kingdom provides insight about actual situations that women face when considering this procedure.

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SexEd In England: A Lack Of Ownership

A new report plays the blame game with teachers, parents and the media. Who is really responsible for sex education?

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Governments versus Women in Europe

Editor's Note: Today we welcome Rupert Walder, writing from the United Kingdom. He has experience with reproductive health, women's rights and HIV/AIDS prevention and will be covering these issues throughout Europe.

The Cyprus Government recently announced measures that might include paying couples who have three or more children as much as $45,000 in an attempt to reverse the country's declining population. Over the last decade, similar proposals for birth incentives have been made in other European countries—including Italy, which has one of the world's lowest fertility rates. Is this a progressive approach to a (very real) problem? Or is it population control back to haunt us in another guise.

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