Coronavirus update: Abortion Support Network is closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation. As long as borders and clinics remain open, we will help those who are able to safely travel access abortions abroad. We will also provide information on safe abortion pills for home use where appropriate. If you need an abortion, please get in touch and we will help you as much as we are able. Coronavirus is simply YET ANOTHER obstacle faced by people living in countries with inadequate provision of abortion services.

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Don’t be fooled: the new Texas ban is cruel, but it won’t end abortions

 

The new abortion ban in Texas limits abortions to around … Continued

Maltese women have abortions

 

ASN’s Director Mara Clarke writes about her experiences of supporting … Continued

UK government steps in to rescue abortion services in Northern Ireland ‘at risk of collapse’

 

The UK government has intervened to save abortion services in Northern Ireland which are … Continued

In Central and Eastern Europe, the pandemic has further restricted reproductive rights

 

An article in Equal Times explores the barriers facing abortion … Continued

Polish women face uphill battle to access abortion during pandemic

 

“Polish women seeking to get an abortion have been doubly … Continued

Abortion Without Borders thrilled that Denmark is considering helping Polish people access abortions abroad

 

Stories appeared in Danish press 20 July detailing cross-party proposal … Continued

‘Abortion harassment is a national problem’: Plans to introduce ‘buffer zone’ laws to stop abuse outside clinics

 

MPs want it to be an offence for campaigners harassing … Continued

British Medical Journal: Training abortion doulas in Northern Ireland: lessons from a COVID-19 context

 

Throughout history, many societies have the tradition of birth doulas: non-medically trained … Continued

The Conversation: Why it is vital to decriminalise abortion: the case of Malta

 

The Abortion Support Network (a UK charity providing practical information … Continued

PRI.org: Abortion is illegal in Malta. Activists are trying to increase access.

 

Last September, gynecologist Isabel Stabile stood outside the Maltese Parliament … Continued