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25th Anniversary Celebration

When almost 500 guests gathered on Tuesday night for the 25th Anniversary Celebration for the Center for Reproductive Rights, they had much to celebrate…

Tell the Trump Administration: Don't restrict access to birth control

Access to birth control should never depend on your income, job, university, or employer's opinions.

That’s why we submitted a complaint in federal court taking on the Trump administration’s new rules limiting access to birth control…

Medical Students for Choice vs. Wright

 The Center for Reproductive Rights submitted a complaint today in federal court in the District Court of the District of Columbia challenging interim

State: 
DC
Status: 
Closed
Owner: 
The Center

Center for Reproductive Rights to Fight Back in Court After Trump Administration Guts Women’s Access to Birth Control

(PRESS RELEASE) The Trump administration today issued interim final rules which could restrict access to birth control for hundreds of thousands of women…

Testimony of the Center for Reproductive Rights on the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson Proposal

The Center for Reproductive Rights respectfully submits the following testimony to the U.S.
Senate Committee on Finance in strong opposition to the Graham-Cassidy-HellerJohnson
proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act and reform health care…

Fact Sheet: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Conflict

Women and girls in conflict and post-conflict settings face increased risks of sexual violence and urgently need sexual and reproductive healthcare services, such as obstetric and antenatal care for pregnant women, access to contraceptive information and services, including emergency…

Briefing Paper: Ensuring Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Women and Girls Affected by Conflict

Conflict and crises have dire consequences on women and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Senate Votes Against ‘Skinny Repeal’ Bill and Gutting Women’s Health Care

(PRESS RELEASE)—Last night, the United States Senate voted against a ‘skinny repeal’ bill that would have rolled back aspects of the Affordable Care Act and defunded Planned Parenthood, decimating women’s health care access and affordability while kicking 15 million off their health care…

Senate’s ‘Skinny Repeal’ Proposal Another Dangerous Attempt to Unravel Health Care for Millions of American Women

(PRESS RELEASE)—The Senate this week plans to once again take up legislation that would kick millions of Americans off their health care over the next decade and would decimate access to essential services for American women and send the insurance market into a death spiral…

Our Work in Focus

On the evening of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, appeared on MSNBC’s For The Record with Greta to discuss the implications of the new administration’s policies on women’s health and rights…
The Monitoring Tool provides a means to monitor the implementation of specific State obligations in the field of reproductive rights…
The new federal requirement that private health insurance cover the cost of birth control has generated much heated controversy these last few weeks: Congressional hearings, proposed legislation to unwind it, multiple legal actions…