Vote on US AIDS policy imminent, Awarding pro-choice crusader Dr. Henry Morgentaler the Order of Canada has put focus on abortion debate, Washington Post considers the Colorado ‘personhood’ amendment.
Canadian universities debate funding for anti-choice student groups, Birth control stuck in ‘dark ages’, Convictions for rape at 5.7% in Britain.
Christian conservatives feeling left out, catching up on contraception, John Hagee calls Hitler an instrument of God.
When it comes to motherhood, Canada may offer some benefits and social programs that American mothers envy, but not still not enough to make having children accessible to all women.
The “Unborn Victims of Crime” Act is far closer to becoming law in Canada than any pro-choice advocates would like to believe.
This week marks the twentieth anniversary of R v. Morgentaler, the Supreme Court’s ruling that decriminalized abortion in Canada. But some challenges to access remain.
Pamela Pizarro discusses the challenge of working in the sexual and reproductive health and rights field; it's not always easy, but it is necessary.
Pamela Pizarro looks at prevention through education, reflecting on her high school education and the way in which girls and boys are taught (or not taught) about sexual violence.
Pamela Pizarro interviews Lisa Middleton, the coordinator for Youth for Choice, a Canadian network of young people who advocate for the sexual and reproductive rights of youth.
A recent article in The Globe and Mail reveals that teen pregnancy and abortions are both declining in Canada. However, sexually transmitted infections are continuing to increase.