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Abortion Support Network

The Abortion Support Network is a UK based charity which provides financial assistance, accommodation and consultation to women from the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Malta, Gibraltar and Poland who are seeking an abortion in Britain. The charity was founded in 2009 by Mara Clarke. and continues the work of the now defunct London based 1980s Irish Womens Abortion Support Group. In 2015 they received widespread attention in the UK due to the popular parenting site Mumsnet using their annual charity fundraising appeal to raise money for the ASN. In 2017 as part of a ...

Assisted Human Reproduction Act

The Assisted Human Reproduction Act is law enacted by the Parliament of Canada. Its purpose is to regulate assisted human reproduction and related research. It is one of the most comprehensive pieces of legislation in the world concerning reproductive technologies and related research. It was introduced and passed in 2004 and was fully in force by 2007. The Act was meant to provide Canadians with a system of licensing, monitoring, inspection and enforcement of activities relating to AHR in order to protect and promote Canadians health, safety and values. It identifies prohibited activities ...

Contraceptive Train

The Contraceptive Train was a womens rights activism event which took place on 22 May 1971. Members of the Irish Womens Liberation Movement, in protest against the law prohibiting the importation and sale of contraceptives in the Republic of Ireland, traveled to Belfast to purchase contraceptives.

Estrela report

The Estrela report was a non-binding resolution on womens health and reproductive rights in the European Union advanced by the Portuguese MEP Edite Estrela of the Socialist Party in 2013. It was narrowly defeated in a vote in the European Parliament on 10 December 2013. A counter-resolution proposed by conservative and Eurosceptic MEPs was passed asserting that such issues should be dealt with on the national level.

Hari-Bhari

Hari-Bhari is a 2000 Hindi film by Shyam Benegal, starring Shabana Azmi, Rajit Kapur, Rajeshwari Sachdev, Surekha Sikri and Nandita Das in the lead roles. The film revolves around the story of five women, belonging to different generations, each looking emancipation and the right to run their lives their own way. The films main theme is the issue of womens fertility rights empowerment. The film won the 2000 National Film Award for Best Film on Family Welfare.

Malthusian League

The Malthusian League was a British organisation which advocated the practice of contraception and the education of the public about the importance of family planning. It was established in 1877 and was dissolved in 1927. The organisation was secular, utilitarian, individualistic, and "above all malthusian." The organisation maintained that it was concerned about the poverty of the British working class and held that over-population was the chief cause of poverty.

                                     

ⓘ Reproductive rights

  • Reproductive rights are legal rights and freedoms relating to reproduction and reproductive health that vary amongst countries around the world. The World
  • The Center for Reproductive Rights CRR is a global legal advocacy organization that seeks to advance reproductive rights such as abortion. The organization s
  • Sexual and reproductive health and rights or SRHR is the concept of human rights applied to sexuality and reproduction. It is a combination of four fields
  • themselves as reproductive justice organizations starting in the early 2000s. Reproductive justice, different from the reproductive rights movements of
  • The Prince Edward Island Reproductive Rights Organization PRRO is a special interest group advocating to have abortions performed in Prince Edward Island
  • Timeline of reproductive rights legislation, a chronological list of laws and legal decisions affecting human reproductive rights Reproductive rights are a
  • and Reproductive Rights in Peru: A Shadow Report PDF Center for Reproductive Rights Cacares, C 2008 Policies around sexual and reproductive health
  • The female reproductive system is made up of the internal and external sex organs that function in reproduction of new offspring. In humans, the female
  • for Reproductive Rights WGNRR is an international non - governmental organization NGO that advocates for sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide