Abortion rights
Florida to ban abortion after six weeks

Florida’s move to ban abortions before most women know they are pregnant, marks the latest in attacks against reproductive rights in the US

The US state of Arizona just effectively banned abortion

The attack on abortion rights continues in the United States, with Arizona’s new law becoming one of the most extreme yet

French parliament considers constitutionalization of right to abortion

Parliamentarians in France begin discussing a motion to enshrine the right to abortion into the constitution, offering stronger protections of women’s health rights

Abortion still heavily criminalized and regulated across the world, says Amnesty report

A new report by Amnesty International looks into the different forms of violence that safe abortion providers and advocates around the world are exposed to

Attacks on abortion providers continue worldwide

Health workers providing abortion care continue to be attacked and persecuted, with alarming trends registered across the globe

On International Safe Abortion Day, women across Latin America march demanding reproductive rights

Hundreds of thousands of women flooded the streets across Latin America, demanding decriminalization and legalization of abortion

On International Safe Abortion Day, women demand access to abortion through strong public health systems

On September 28, health and women’s rights activists are mobilizing to demand universal access to safe abortion and an end to the persecution of reproductive justice advocates

Abortion legal Mexico Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion nationally in landmark ruling

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the sections of the Federal Penal Code that criminalize women, pregnant persons, and healthcare professionals for abortion are unconstitutional, thereby decriminalizing abortion at the national level

Millions of women take to the streets across Latin America and Caribbean

From Argentina to Mexico, millions of women and gender-diverse people took to the streets to demand equal rights in the most unequal region of the world

50 years after Roe v Wade, what does reproductive justice look like in the US?

On January 22, thousands of women gathered in rallies in different cities across the United States to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade and demand reproductive freedom and their right to bodily autonomy and equality.

50 years since Roe secured abortion rights, women across the US are left in the dust

Peoples Dispatch spoke to Jenice Fountain of the Yellowhammer Fund about the impact of Dobbs on those in the Deep South

Daily Round-up | FBI investigation opened into Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing & other stories

In this episode, we bring you stories of the FBI probe into the murder of Shireen Abu Akleh, the Gustavo Petro government completing 100 days in power, a verdict in Georgia on abortion, and the sentencing of Saudi activist Abdullah Jelan