A conversation on how we think about abortion access and how inclusive our services are is long over due. For far too long, the abortion movement has championed access for all those that require abortion care but with little acknowledgement … Continued
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«Έψαχνα για διάφορα σκευάσματα που θα μπορούσαν να βάλουν τέλος στην εγκυμοσύνη μου. Έπεσα ακόμη και από τις σκάλες ελπίζοντας πως θα τραυματιστώ και θα αποβάλω» λέει η Μία από τη Μάλτα.
Gibraltar has the strictest abortion law in Europe
Pro-choice activist Liza Caruana-Finkel, an independent researcher, said COVID-19 had highlighted the problems of a system in which pregnant people in Malta secretly travel for abortions abroad or secretly order abortion pills online.
When Dream Nails released Vagina Police in 2018, with proceeds going to help people who needed to travel to have a safe, legal abortion, they had probably hoped that the lyrics (‘You have no autonomy, your body is not your … Continued
UK charity Abortion Support Network responds to Ireland’s report on abortions carried out in 2019, 30 June 2020 Abortion Support Network (ASN) is pleased to see that Ireland has published the “Notifications in Accordance with Section 20 of the Health … Continued
For Immediate Release From: Alliance for Choice, the Abortion Rights Campaign & Abortion Support Network 11/06/2020 UK DOH abortion figures show that hundreds still have to leave the island for care “Even one person having to travel for care … Continued
The Abortion Support Network, a charity that helps people travel from Malta, Gibraltar and Poland to access abortions in countries with more liberal laws, saw a dramatic increase in calls to its hotline when borders closed in March. “The contacts … Continued
Abortion providers argue the fact new figures from the UK Department of Health show 26 women a week had to needlessly travel abroad to have their pregnancies terminated last year demonstrates measures to decriminalise abortion have failed.
Thousands of women have contacted a hotline in just three months as the coronavirus lockdown complicates access