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Letter to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Re: Costa Rican IVF Ban

The Costa Rican media recently reported1 that the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights communicated report No. 85/10, the preliminary report for Case 12.361, to Costa Rica on August 23, 2010. This report establishes that decision No…

Dignity Denied: Women, HIV, and Risk

More women than ever before are living with HIV around the world, and too many of them suffer cruel reproductive rights violations…

Dignity Denied: Methodology

More women than ever before are living with HIV around the world, and too many of them suffer cruel reproductive rights violations…

Dignity Denied: Recommendations

More women than ever before are living with HIV around the world, and too many of them suffer cruel reproductive rights violations…

Dignity Denied: Francisca's Story

More women than ever before are living with HIV around the world, and too many of them suffer cruel reproductive rights violations…

Whose Choice: Recommendations

How does Hyde affect a woman, the family she is working to take care of, and her community? This is the story that the new report, Whose Choice?

Whose Choice: Conclusion

How does Hyde affect a woman, the family she is working to take care of, and her community? This is the story that the new report, Whose Choice?

Whose Choice: Abortion Funds--Providing Critical Support to Women in Need

How does Hyde affect a woman, the family she is working to take care of, and her community? This is the story that the new report, Whose Choice?

Whose Choice: State Funding for Abortion Under Medicaid

How does Hyde affect a woman, the family she is working to take care of, and her community? This is the story that the new report, Whose Choice?

Whose Choice: How Hyde and Medicaid Work

How does Hyde affect a woman, the family she is working to take care of, and her community? This is the story that the new report, Whose Choice?