Abortion

Abortion is the ending of a pregnancy by removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus. An abortion that occurs without intervention is known as a miscarriage or "spontaneous abortion" and occurs in approximately 30% to 40% of pregnancies. When deliberate steps are taken to end a pregnancy, it is called an induced abortion, or less frequently "induced miscarriage". The unmodified word abortion generally refers to an induced abortion.When properly done, abortion is one of the safest procedures in medicine,:1 :1 but unsafe abortion is a major cause of maternal death, especially in the developing world. Making safe abortion legal …

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HBS · 21 September 2022 English

“programmed childbirth” arose the concept of “natural child- movement to focus entirely on the right to abortion. [...] It requires the birthing individual working in the area of reproductive justice to give to

PRE-ECLAMPSIA, COMPLICATIONS DURING DELIVERY, AND UNSAFE ABORTION. VERY YOUNG BIRTHING PERSONS AGED 10 TO 14 ARE child- movement to focus entirely on the right to abortion. birth”, which aimed to do away with painkillers


NWLC · 13 September 2022 English

After having my baby I was placed into continuation school[.] [I]t was never explained to me why I couldn’t go back to a regular high school…It was later…at the [alternate] …

pregnant. Do you want me to help you look in to abortion clinics or adoption options?’ It was very discouraging not used to support prosecutions in states where abortion and other reproductive healthcare is criminalized


NWLC · 12 September 2022 English

Finally, given the complexities with requiring employees to report harassment or other discrimination to the Title IX coordinator, the Department should issue supplemental guidance instructing schools on how to respond …

be at risk of criminalization if they seek an abortion or have a miscarriage). Persons. We urge the Department student privacy to ensure that, in states where abortion is criminalized, school 64 87 Fed. Reg. at 41569 lactation breaks) or “intermittent absences” (e.g. for abortion or recovery therefrom)—which would be classified absences (e.g., prenatal care, lactation breaks, abortion care) are “reasonable modifications” and must absences (e.g. for prenatal care, lactation breaks, abortion care) are inherently “reasonable” modifications


NWLC · 12 September 2022 English

In short, the current rules hold schools to a far lesser standard in addressing the harassment of students—including the sexual harassment and abuse of children under its care—than schools are …

especially dangerous in states that criminalize abortion or force school employees to out LGBTQI+ students rumors spread that she was pregnant and had an abortion. This language would also ensure that students can provide in states where aiding and abetting abortion is criminalized.252 Therefore, we ask the Department state laws that criminalize aiding and abetting abortion to the extent they directly conflict with recipients’ wp-dyn/articles/A45626-2005Feb22.html; Hannah Craig, Limiting Abortion Rights Keeps DV Victims In Danger (July 11, 2022)


NWLC · 12 September 2022 English

These additions should be required to be made in the notice because students may not know all that “sex discrimination” covers.22 The proposed rules would also require employees who know …

rumors spread that she was pregnant and had an abortion. Students rumored or otherwise perceived to be student privacy to ensure that, in states where abortion is criminalized, school records, including school school health records, are not used to support abortion-related prosecutions through 19 87 Fed. Reg. at lactation breaks) or “intermittent absences” (e.g. for abortion or recovery therefrom) —which would be classified absences (e.g., for prenatal care, lactation breaks, abortion care) are inherently “reasonable” modifications


Cato Institute · 11 September 2022

roost, conservatives object to activist judges who discover rights, such as a national right to abortion, that conservatives oppose. But when conservatives dominate, liberals object to activist judges


NWLC · 9 September 2022 English

Require schools to address sex-based harassment as long as it is so “severe or pervasive” that it “limits” a student’s access to education, even if the harassment occurred off campus …

absences (e.g., for prenatal care, lactation breaks, abortion care) are inherently “reasonable” modifications states where abortion is criminalized, to prosecute a pregnant individual who had an abortion or miscarriage


EESC · 8 September 2022 English

14 | Fundamental rights and the rule of law – National developments from a civil society perspective, 2020-2021 Disinformation, influence, and self-censorship The rise of disinformation and, more generally, the …

the Istanbul Convention, but also access to safe abortion, and same-sex partnerships, which had a great In Cyprus, participants mentioned that assisted abortion has been legal since 2018. In Lithuania, participants participants explained that access to safe abortion was limited, and that political voices, including at women’s rights, participants explained that assisted abortion had been legal in Cyprus as of 2018. The Istanbul will to counter it. Furthermore, access to safe abortion was limited, and it was not guaranteed by law;


ARROW · 8 September 2022 English

[ 7 [ Chapter 1 Introduction and Context The overall purpose of this scoping study is to provide ABORTION an assessment of the situation of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of young people

Antiretroviral NZ AID New Zealand Aid ASAP Asia Safe Abortion Partnership OIC Organisation of Islamic Conference overall purpose of this scoping study is to provide ABORTION an assessment of the situation of Sexual and Reproductive examine the trends and gaps have laws to permit abortion in different circumstances, with regards to advocacy study will propose some technical India provide abortion on broader grounds. At the same recommendations furthering young people's SRHR is women's access to abortion in countries such as Lao sustainable, inclusive


Social Europe · 4 September 2022 English

In parallel, following the collapse of the Soviet bloc in 1989, the ‘shock therapy’ of market fundamentalism and the convic‐ tion that accession to the European Union and other communities …

nitely modernisation potential on migration policy, abortion, drug policy, criminal law—a lot of contested you will have a federal law perhaps that bans abortion even more widely than it’s currently being banned Europe—which have taken action against the strict abortion law and hate speech against the LGBT+ community with our daily existence, as in the case of the abortion law, but also on issues that were not linked to organisations—those seen as friendly to the government on abortion or family policy—have received lots of support


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