Posts Tagged: argentine reproductive rights

A Country Split in Half: Abortion as a Human Rights Issue in Argentina

by Lauren Junco, Jasmin Sanchez, Jennifer Mendoza, and Daniella Reyes Eleven years old and pregnant in Tucumán Argentina, that is the latest headline that appeared in the New York Times. After weeks of what the young girl thought was stomach

A Country Split in Half: Abortion as a Human Rights Issue in Argentina

by Lauren Junco, Jasmin Sanchez, Jennifer Mendoza, and Daniella Reyes Eleven years old and pregnant in Tucumán Argentina, that is the latest headline that appeared in the New York Times. After weeks of what the young girl thought was stomach

Alanis, M., & Echegaray, J. N. (2011). Fighting for Women’s Lives in Argentina. Conscience, 32(3), 29-33. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1016790192?accountid=14505

Marta Alanis, President of Catholics for Choice wrote a thought-provoking article on women’s rights in Argentina. “Fighting for women’s lives in Argentina”, published in 2011 this article encapsulates in detail the reign of Catholic influences within the state government of

Alanis, M., & Echegaray, J. N. (2011). Fighting for Women’s Lives in Argentina. Conscience, 32(3), 29-33. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/1016790192?accountid=14505

Marta Alanis, President of Catholics for Choice wrote a thought-provoking article on women’s rights in Argentina. “Fighting for women’s lives in Argentina”, published in 2011 this article encapsulates in detail the reign of Catholic influences within the state government of

Self-acclaimed “pro-life” in Argentina

The article chosen speaks on certain religious and “self-acclaimed ‘pro-life’” movements within Argentina and their roles on reproductive justice and a woman’s rights to her own body. The authors specifically cite several organizations the Catholic church has supported and implemented

Self-acclaimed “pro-life” in Argentina

The article chosen speaks on certain religious and “self-acclaimed ‘pro-life’” movements within Argentina and their roles on reproductive justice and a woman’s rights to her own body. The authors specifically cite several organizations the Catholic church has supported and implemented

Lynn Morgan, “Reproductive Rights or Reproductive Justice? Lessons from Argentina. Health and Human Rights Journal. vol. 17. no. 1. (2015). DOI: 10.2307/healhumarigh.17.1.136

In the article “Reproductive Rights or Reproductive Justice? Lessons from Argentina”, the Author Lynn M. Morgan recounts her experience discussing the use of the term Reproductive Justice in Argentina instead of Reproductive Rights. This proposal caused an uproar within her

Lynn Morgan, “Reproductive Rights or Reproductive Justice? Lessons from Argentina. Health and Human Rights Journal. vol. 17. no. 1. (2015). DOI: 10.2307/healhumarigh.17.1.136

In the article “Reproductive Rights or Reproductive Justice? Lessons from Argentina”, the Author Lynn M. Morgan recounts her experience discussing the use of the term Reproductive Justice in Argentina instead of Reproductive Rights. This proposal caused an uproar within her