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State Policy Trends: More Supportive Legislation, Even as Attacks on Abortion Rights Continue

Some 64 provisions have been introduced so far this year to expand or protect access to abortion, more than had been introduced in any year in the last quarter-century.

Some 64 provisions have been introduced so far this year to expand or protect access to abortion, more than had been introduced in any year in the last quarter-century.

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The Fight for Universal Access to Abortion

The international human rights and global health communities gathered with policy-makers and government leaders last month in Washington D.C. to make the case for universal abortion access.

The international human rights and global health communities gathered with policy-makers and government leaders last month in Washington D.C. to make the case for universal abortion access. This unheralded collaboration arrives on the heels of another first: a reportĀ from theĀ UN secretary-general calling for access to safe abortion.

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Personal Story: Parental Alienation Does Exist for Women

Don’t think as a parent that you can be alienated?  You are wrong.  Women need to wise up as well as men.  There are judges and attorneys out there that will do whatever they can to violate your rights as a parent, an American, and as a human being.  Step up and become aware. 

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Filling the Unmet Need for Contraception: Can We Deliver for Young Women?

 

 

 

Unmet need for contraception is high among older adolescents and young adults throughout the world, and most pronounced among young women 20 to 29 years of age. This gap should be filled through strategies that promote reproductive and sexual rights, while funding the essential services women need.

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Young People Speak Up for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Worldwide, But U.S. Policy Lags

Despite these encouraging signals, however, the Obama administration has not yet made any notable changes to U.S. policy targeting the sexual and reproductive health of young people globally.

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Sex, Rights, and Politics–From Cairo to Berlin

Sex happens: 125 million times each and every day. So how is it that in the 21st century this precious element of human existence is still taboo? Strengthening sexual and reproductive health and rights must become a global priority. Our future depends on it.

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