As more patients complain about harassment at a hospital newly providing abortions, the local Right to Life swear they are just “praying.”
Weekly global roundup: Namibian High Court says forced sterilization violated women’s human rights; Spain is looking at tougher abortion restrictions; the world witnesses China’s one-child policy and a gruesome forced abortion; gender equity in New Zealand still not up to snuff.
A New Zealand anti-choice court case has become ridiculously spendy.
An anti-choice group in New Zealand is trying to rally parents to demand their daughters not be able to receive abortions without parental involvement.
This intervew with Marama Pala, an executive director from New Zealand who discovered that her former partner was HIV positive when she saw him on the front page of a newspaper article entitled ‘Face of Fear,’ is part of the Behind Bars series by Kevin Osborne and the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
In a ramp up to a historic abortion trial, Queensland reproductive rights activists use protests and public awareness to show the shortcomings in a century-old law.