Recurso 587: In re NIHRC (Abortion), "In the matter of an application by The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission for Judicial Review - In the matter of the failure by the Secretary of State, Executive Committee and Minister of Health to provide women with access to Abortion and Post Abortion Care in All Public Health Facilities in Northern Ireland  NIQB 91 Delivered 14 October 2021. Decision online
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Barnard, S; Kim, C; Park, MH; Ngo, TD (Cochrane Library, 2015)BACKGROUND: The World Health Organization recommends that abortion can be provided at the lowest level of the healthcare system. Training mid-level providers, such as midwives, nurses and other non-physician providers, to ...
Health care providers' opinions on abortion: a study for the implementation of the legal abortion public policy in the Province of Santa Fe, Argentina Ramos, Silvina; Romero, Mariana; Ramón Michel, Agustina (2014)Background: In Argentina, abortion has been decriminalized under certain circumstances since the enactment of the Penal Code in 1922. Nevertheless, access to abortion under this regulatory framework has been extremely ...
The Interpretation of Article 4(1) of the American Convention on Human Rights Consistently with the Human Rights of Women by Joanna Erdman, J.D. Fellow, International Programme on Reproductive and Sexual Health Law and Rebecca J. Cook, J.D. J.S.D., F.R.S.C. Professor of Law, & Faculty Chair in International Human Rights International Programme on Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Faculty of Law University of Toronto Unknown author (2005)The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that each year almost 4 million unsafe abortions are performed in Latin America.1 Each year, thousands of Latin American women die from complications related to unsafe abortions, ...