Legal Restrictions

La serie Causas Pendientes de expedientes de litigios del Centro de Derechos Reproductivos ofrece resúmenes e información de contexto sobre casos de alto impacto litigados por el Centro que buscan fortalecer las protecciones jurídicas para los derechos reproductivos de las mujeres en cortes y organismos de derechos humanos alrededor del mundo. La Serie pretende incrementar el conocimiento sobre los casos, promover la implementación de decisiones positivas de las cortes, y asistir a activistas y abogados en el litigio de casos similares a nivel nacional e internacional.

Asuntos de enfoque

Fundamentally Wrong-headed

Center for Reproductive Rights President and CEO Nancy Northup did a round of press interviews following the shocking U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case Burwell v. Hobby Lobby…

Human Rights v. World Cup

“How can we balance our love of the game with our commitment to human rights?” asks Human Rights Watch Deputy Director, Iain Levine, in his timely opinion piece in Foreign Policy

The State of the States 2013

Over the past year, we have had to double the size of our team of attorneys and experts who track state legislation and policy. And the reason why couldn’t be more apparent: the assault on reproductive rights continues at an unprecedented level. …

Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice, et al. v. Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy, et al. (OK)

The Center is challenging an Oklahoma law that unconstitutionally restricts adults and teens’ access to over-the-counter emergency contraceptives, by requiring adult women to show ID to a pharmacist to buy them, and teens under 17 to first get a prescription from a doctor.

The Center

Judge Condemns Latest Fed Delays on EC

Just weeks after issuing a landmark decision in the Center’s epic battle to make emergency contraception available to all women without a prescription, Judge Edward Korman was back behind the bench, once again lambasting the federal government for keeping this vital health care component beyond…

Concluding Observations on Tanzania Recommend a Number of Reforms

In August, the Center for Reproductive Rights submitted a shadow letter to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (the Committee) regarding sexual and reproductive rights in Tanzania…

A World of Tragedy: The real-world consequences of a “human life” amendment

The opponents of reproductive rights are once again calling for a "human life" amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Of course, the Constitution already protects human life; what these extremists really want is to completely ban abortion nationwide…

2012 At the Midpoint: The Assault Continues

There's no question that 2011 was a truly seismic year for reproductive rights in the U.S. More than 60 laws damaging women's access to reproductive health care passed in 24 states, an unprecedented assault on women's health care…

Center for Reproductive Rights Resources and Materials on Refusal Laws

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and other reproductive right opponents regularly proclaim that respect for religious liberty requires "conscience provisions," also known as refusal clauses, to be built into our nation's laws…

Philippines: Time to Take Action

The Center for Reproductive Rights is calling on the Philippines—a country with one of the worst human rights records on protecting women's health— to adopt and implement a set of key recommendations on reproductive health before a panel of its peers at the United Nations. …

Our Work in Focus

Young women face particular obstacles to accessing reproductive health services and information…

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