Monthly archive: January 2015
28 January 2015Anti-choice MP pursues ‘sex selection’ campaign
Pro-choice organisations, legal scholars, and feminist academics have raised objections to an amendment tabled by Fiona Bruce MP to the Serious Crimes Bill, which would formally outlaw abortion ‘on the grounds of the sex of the unborn child’.
28 January 2015Commentary: Why I oppose a ban on sex-selection abortion
Pam Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Aston University, writes on The Conversation.
27 January 2015Why anti-abortion protesters must Back Off
Writing on spiked, Ann Furedi explains why buffer zones are needed outside abortion clinics.
23 January 2015USA: House passes controversial bill to ban funding for abortion costs
The House of Representatives has passed a bill to tighten restrictions on abortion, just as anti-abortion activists were marching through Washington, DC, BBC News Online reports.
22 January 2015Northern Ireland: Consultation begins on abortion law
Abortions should be allowed in Northern Ireland where the fetus has a lethal abnormality, the Justice Department has recommended.
21 January 2015Event: Decriminalisation and demedicalisation - Rethinking family planning for the 21st century
London, Wednesday 10 June 2015. A joint conference hosted by BPAS and the Royal Society of Medicine's Sexuality and Sexual Health Section.