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2012 Year-End Report

Every year, the Center for Reproductive Rights tracks hundreds of legislative measures proposed by anti-choice state legislators who intend to erode women's rights to abortion and reproductive health care…

Annual Report 2011-2012

Twenty years ago, the Center for Reproductive Rights was founded to advance a vision of equality, autonomy, and dignity for all women worldwide, based on the bedrock principle that reproductive rights are human rights…

Annual Report 2010-2011

Even those who do not monitor our issues as vigilantly as we do cannot have missed the sustained assault that anti-choice forces have mounted this year across the United States—a scorched-earth campaign the likes of which we have never seen before, and against which we are fighting with all the…

Maternal Mortality in India: Using International and Constitutional Law to Promote Accountability and Change

The Government of India has a legal obligation to ensure that women do not die or suffer complications as a result of preventable pregnancy-related causes…

Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting their Reproductive Lives East and Southeast Asia

 A joint venture between the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW), and four NGO partners in East and Southeast Asia, Women of the World: East and Southeast Asia provides an…

Former CRR-CLS Fellow Releases New Book Exploring the Role of Race in the Medical Setting

Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization:  Boston University School of Law Professor and former CRR-CLS Fellow Khiara Bridges has authored Reproducing Race, an ethnography of pregnancy and birth at a large New York City public hospital which…

Calculated Injustice: The Slovak Republic's Failure to Ensure Access to Contraceptives

Women and adolescent girls in Slovakia face numerous barriers to accessing modern contraceptives and contraceptive information. Because contraceptives are not covered by public health insurance, their users must pay the full price out of pocket…