22 October 2015Why the fight for women’s choice matters
Autonomy must be at the heart of advocacy, writes Ann Furedi.
8 October 2015Abortion is still illegal in the UK, thanks to this Victorian law
Sally Sheldon, Professor of Law at the University of Kent and a founding member of Lawyers for Choice, writes on The Conversation.
18 June 2015The regulatory cliff edge between contraception and abortion
Professor Sally Sheldon discusses the legal and moral significance of implantation.
16 June 2015Abortion law reform in Britain 1964-2003
A personal account, by David Paintin.
11 June 2015England and Wales: Abortion statistics for 2014 published
The Department of Health statistics, published on 9 June, show that the abortion rate is stable, and more than half of women ending pregnancies are already mothers.
4 June 2015UK: Once-a-month pill thwarted by abortion law
A new survey conducted for British Pregnancy Advisory Service has found that 48% of women would consider a once-a-month pill to stop development of early pregnancy. But archaic abortion laws stand in its way.
20 May 2015An International Summit on Reproductive Choice
At the Lisbon 2014 summit, more than 70 advocates, service providers and academics from across the globe discussed how best to defend and advance women’s reproductive choices. This publication offers perspectives on thorny issues such as later abortion, fetal pain, sex selection and fetal anomaly.
30 April 2015Abortion in context: Law, ethics and practice
A stimulating seminar series running through May and June at Oxford University, convened by Dr Kate Greasley and Professor Carol Sanger.
22 April 2015UK: Better support needed for women with severe pregnancy sickness, charities urge
Difficulty obtaining swift treatment and support for severe and debilitating pregnancy sickness means some women feel they are left with no option but to end otherwise wanted pregnancies, the charities British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) and Pregnancy Sickness Support (PSS) have warned.
20 April 2015Northern Ireland: Abortion law change recommended in some fetal anomaly cases
A change to Northern Ireland's abortion law, allowing terminations in fatal fetal abnormality cases, has been recommended by the Justice Department.