Ministerial guidelines are not utilized in categorizing the legal status of abortion on the map unless they have the force of law. Ashurst, DLA Piper, Gomez-Pinzon Abogados, and White & Case provided pro bono support in reviewing the laws of each country, with legal interpretations provided by practicing lawyers in each country when available. For the purpose of the map, “countries” include independent states, and where populations exceed one million, semi-autonomous regions, territories, and jurisdictions of special status. Accelerating Progress Over the past several decades, monumental gains have been made in securing women’s right to abortion, with nearly 50 countries liberalizing their abortion laws.
Supplementary Resources The World Abortion Laws Map includes supplementary tools and resources to assist advocates and policymakers in advancing abortion reform. These include: Full text of 50 countries’ abortion laws, available by viewing countries on the mapAbortion Rights Are Human RightsAccelerating ProgressRecent Developments A list of countries categorized by their abortion law can be accessed by downloading a PDF of the map. Methodology The categorizations on the map reflect a strict reading of the black letter law in effect in each country. Abortion laws are categorized according to provisions in national statues, legal regulations, and court decisions.
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The World's Abortion Laws - Center for Reproductive RightsThe World Abortion Laws Map is the definitive record of the legal status of abortion in countries across the globe. Since 1998, the Center for Reproductive Rights has produced this map as a resource for advocates, government officials, and civil society organizations working to advance abortion rights as human rights for women and girls* around the globe.
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These instruments ground safe abortion in a constellation of rights, including the rights to life; liberty; privacy; equality and non-discrimination and freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. Human rights bodies have repeatedly condemned restrictive abortion laws as being incompatible with human rights norms. 970 million women, representing 59% of women of reproductive age, live in countries that broadly allow abortion. While a majority of women live in countries where they can exercise their right to abortion, 41 percent of women live under restrictive laws.
The inability to access safe and legal abortion care impacts 700 million women of reproductive age. According to the World Health Organization, 23, 000 women die of unsafe abortion each year and tens of thousands more experience significant health complications. Legal restrictions on abortion do not result in fewer abortions, instead they compel women to risk their lives and health by seeking out unsafe abortion care. The legal status of abortion indicates more than just where women and girls are legally permitted to decide whether to a pregnancy term or not. It also reveals how likely a woman is to die from unsafe abortion, whether girls will complete their education, and the limits on women and girls’ ability to participate in public and political life.
In short, tracking the legal status of abortion shows us where women and girls are treated with equality and are afforded the opportunity to direct the course of their own lives. Abortion Law and Policy Guide Our Abortion Law and Policy Guide showcases international and regional human rights norms, global medical standards, and comparative laws and policies on the following topics: Legal Grounds for Abortion Life ExceptionsHealth ExceptionsBroad Social or Economic GroundsOn RequestRape and Incest ExceptionsFetal Viability and Impairments Gestational LimitsAccessibility, Acceptability, Availability and Quality FrameworkRight to InformationInformed ConsentMedical AbortionAdolescentsThird Party AuthorizationCriminalityConscientious Objection Recent Developments The Center for Reproductive Rights tracks the most recent developments in abortion law and policy.
Some of this reform has been incremental, enabling women to access legal abortion only when there is a threat to her life or when pregnancy results from rape. But many of these changes have been truly transformative, overturning absolute bans on abortion in favor of women’s reproductive autonomy. View 25 years of progress: The infographic below illustrates the change in countries’ abortion laws over the past 25 years, using the color rubric from the World Abortion Laws Map. The change in color reflects the legality of abortion, before and after law reform was enacted. Where the change in law added enumerated grounds for abortion, these are reflected through lettered icons. More information Abortion Rights are Human Rights The right to safe and legal abortion is a fundamental human right protected under numerous international and regional human rights treaties and national-level constitutions around the world.
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NSW joins the rest of Australian states in decriminalizing abortion, permitting abortion on request up to 22 weeks. Oaxaca becomes the second state in Mexico to decriminalize abortion. UK parliament votes overwhelmingly to adopt legislative provisions extending abortion rights to Northern Ireland and to legalize same-sex marriageKenya’s High Court rules the withdrawal of 2012 standards and guidelines on Reducing Maternal Mortality and Morbidity from Unsafe Abortion in Kenya illegal, holding abortion lawful on both physical and mental health groundsIceland to have one of Europe’s most liberal abortion laws, permitting abortion on request up to 22 weeks. North Macedonia removes regressive barriers to abortion and extends the gestational limit to abortion on request to 12 weeks, making abortion care more accessible to women in North Macedonia. South Korea’s Constitutional Court holds laws restrictive abortion law unconstitutional, giving lawmakers until 2020 to pass new legislation legalizing abortion.
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