Assessing Barriers to Reproductive Rights in Mexico
August 19, 2015 | Publication | Population & Reproductive Health
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A Spanish-language report by Grupo de Información en Reproducción Elegida assesses the state of reproductive rights in Mexico, and finds that Mexican women face serious hindrances to exercising their reproductive rights. The MacArthur-supported report identifies obstacles women encounter across six areas: contraception, legal and safe abortion, obstetric violence, maternal mortality, assisted reproduction, and balancing work and reproductive life. The report includes recommendations for policymakers and examples of promising practices to help mitigate the issues identified.

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