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ISBN:
1890671037
Author:
The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy
Category:
Women's Studies
Publisher:
Center for Reproductive Law & Policy (November 1, 1997)
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206 pages
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Reproductive rights are internationally recognized as critical both to advancing women's human rights . Governments from all over the world have. Open Books is a nonprofit literacy organization and all proceeds benefit literacy.

Reproductive rights are internationally recognized as critical both to advancing women's human rights and to promoting development.

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The Center for Reproductive Rights and NGOs in Africa have surveyed laws and policies in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe with respect to the following issues

Unknown Binding, 206 pages. Published January 1st 1997 by Center for Reproductive Law & Policy.

This particular report sets forth national laws and policies in key areas of reproductive health and women s empowerment in nine Latin American countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, and Peru. Unknown Binding, 206 pages.

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Data are presented on 168 parks in 22 countries within the American tropics. Eighteen of these are 'paper parks' or parks in name only. It is an outgrowth of the recognition that all the tropical biomes are under threat from a variety of human impacts and that the role of parks in the maintenance of overall environmental health-locally, nationally, regionally and even globally-may be crucial.

While feminist movements became prevalent in Europe and North America in the 1960s and 1970s, the women of Latin America were gathering to oppose dictatorships and civil wars. As democracy began to spread across the region, feminist movements gradually began to push for more reproductive rights.

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Women are more affected than men due to women’s greater longevity and the typically late onset of dementia.

The eight chapters of the report cover several broad policy areas identified in the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action, the framework that set the international agenda for improving the status of women. For women of reproductive age, the biological functions of pregnancy and childbirth create additional health needs. Women are more affected than men due to women’s greater longevity and the typically late onset of dementia.

Women of the World: Formal Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives (full text publication of the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; the CRLP's other publications include Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives.

Women of the World: Formal Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives (full text publication of the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; the CRLP's other publications include Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives: Latin America and the Caribbean and Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives: Anglophone Africa).

Reproductive rights are internationally recognized as critical both to advancing women's human rights and to promoting development. Governments from all over the world have, in recent years, both acknowledged and pledged to advance reproductive rights to an unprecedented degree. But for governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and concerned advocates to work towards reforming laws and policies so as to implement the mandates of these international conferences, they must be informed about the current state of national level formal laws and policies affective reproductive rights.

This book on Latin America and the Caribbean is the product of a unique series of collaborative reports between the U.S.-based Center for Reproductive Law and Policy and national-level NGOs around the world.

CRLP and NGOs in have surveyed laws and policies in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, and Peru with respect to the following issues: * Laws and policies regarding contraception, abortion, sterilization, and HIV/AIDS and other sexually-transmitted diseases; * Women's status as it relates to: marriage (including common law unions and cohabitation), property rights, labor rights, credit, education, and the right to physical integrity; * Reproductive health and rights of adolescents, including segments on marriage, sex education, and sexual offenses against minors.