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Veracruz is one of seven states that has decriminalized abortion in Mexico. With obstacles to access, many collectives accompany and defend the right to choose (or refuse) maternity.
Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico have legalized or decriminalized abortion. Could Chile be next?
In a historic win for reproductive rights, Colombia’s highest court strikes down law that made abortion a crime.
With a majority vote in the Constitutional Court this week, Colombia could become the first country in Latin America to remove abortion from its penal code.
The pandemic put anticipated legislative progress on Argentina’s abortion reform on hold, but activists are determined to keep up the momentum.
Oaxaca's monumental decision last week to decriminalize abortion is part of a larger "Green Tide" movement across Latin America.
Argentina’s Lower House will vote on a bill to legalize abortion on June 13 after a congressional debate opened in March for the first time in the country’s history. Why is it happening now, and why has it taken so long?
As Argentina debates a new law to legalize abortion, activists like Sandra Hoyos are rallying for a pro-choice future for the country.
Abortion was recently partially decriminalized in Bolivia. What does this mean for maternal mortality and women’s health?
A new law legalizes abortion in limited cases – reversing a Pinochet-era ban on all abortions. But reproductive rights in Chile have a long way to go.