The right to abortion became a deciding factor in limiting the predicted Republican “sweep” in the United States midterm elections, writes Barry Sheppard.
Roe v. Wade
Indiana has become the first state in the United States to pass extreme abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs Wade, reports Common Dreams.
In an August 2 referendum, voters in Kansas resoundingly rejected a proposed amendment to remove the right to abortion from the state's constitution, reports Jake Johnson.
Thousands of people rallied and marched around Australia on July 1 and 2 in solidarity with the United States campaign to defend abortion rights. Kerry Smith reports.
Alex Bainbridge reports that more than 2000 people marched through winter rain on July 1 to protest the United States' Supreme Court overturning of abortion rights.
The right to decide whether or not to have children is fundamental. Kamala Emanuel argues that those who say they want to ban abortion out of concern for women are having themselves on.
Four hundred people rallied outside the US Consulate to protest the United States Supreme Court decision to strike down the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling. Alex Salmon reports.
Rallies have been called in response to the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. Join a protest in your city.
Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across 600 cities and towns in the United States on May 14 in defence of abortion rights, reports Barry Sheppard.
Children by Choice released the following sign-on statement for reproductive rights and access to legal, safe, timely and compassionate abortion.
The stake for Black women and the working class in the fight for abortion rights and to become equal and full citizens is existential, writes Malik Miah.
It is well past time for legislative change when it comes to abortion rights. If women are not to live with the fear of repressive and discriminatory legislation governing the choices they make over their bodies, immediate progressive reform is essential, writes Carmen Espinosa.