Report a Rights Violation

For over 25 years, the Center for Reproductive Rights has used the law to advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right. We bring high-impact cases in the U.S. and around the world that expand access to reproductive healthcare, including birth control, safe abortion, prenatal and obstetric care, and unbiased information. We document violations of reproductive rights and hold governments accountable at the United Nations and other human rights fora. We work with policymakers to promote progressive laws and defeat proposals that are dangerous to women’s health. And we bring critical reproductive health and rights issues to the media’s attention.

Tell Us What You Know or Request Legal Help*

You can help us. We want to collect as much information as possible about how laws and regulations affect a woman’s reproductive health and rights. We will use this information to identify legal trends, develop litigation and fact-finding missions, pursue legislative and policy reforms, and report abuses to regional and UN human rights bodies.
If you think a law, policy, or practice violates your or someone else’s reproductive rights, use the form below to tell us. Please provide as many details as possible, including the date or approximate date of a violation, if applicable. If you are seeking legal help from the Center in connection with any of these issues, please indicate as much. We will review all such requests.

Enter ten words or less to describe the subject matter of your case.

Please explain in 200 words or less what happened, giving the most important details and facts. If you have already filed a lawsuit or a complaint with a government agency, please provide details of the results of your efforts. Please also indicate whether you are seeking legal help or just reporting a problem.

*Please be advised that our receipt of a completed form does not mean that we will be able to assist you in your particular situation or to represent you. Due to limited resources, the Center cannot respond to or investigate every inquiry. If you do not receive a response from us within one month, or if there are time considerations in your case, please contact your local bar association for a lawyer referral.