ASN’s Director Mara Clarke writes about her experiences of supporting Maltese women to access abortions:
Since we expanded our services to Malta in February 2019, we have heard from more than 200 people seeking our help accessing abortions. Callers have been girls in their teens and women in their 40s. They have been married, divorced, separated, single, in or escaping abusive relationships, victims of sexual violence, parents of several children, childless, with wanted pregnancies diagnosed with serious issues. Some were professional working women, others were homeless, migrants, refugees, or students. All were pregnant. All wanted to end their pregnancies and needed help navigating the many obstacles that exist when you live in a country where abortion is illegal.
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