Monthly archive: September 2014
24 September 2014Spain: Victory for campaign against new abortion law
The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has dropped plans introduce a highly restrictive abortion law. Justice Minister Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon, the architect of the bill, has announced his resignation. And the pro-choice movement everywhere should be celebrating, writes Jennie Bristow.
15 September 2014Spain: New abortion law set to be ‘abandoned’
The Spanish government is poised to drop its plans to drastically limit access to abortion in the country, according to the newspaper El Mundo.
8 September 2014Q&A – Extremely premature babies
Improvements in the survival of babies born at over 24 weeks' gestation is a cause for celebration. But what is the prognosis for babies born at lower gestations? And what do the issues involved in the care of extremely preterm infants have to do with 'time limit' for abortion?