Global Press Journal Launches Series On Reproductive Health Care In Small Communities Worldwide

Global Press Journal: Reproductive Health Around the World
“…In this series, GPJ reporters examine how people in small communities around the world manage their own reproductive health care, including whether outside influences are welcomed or viewed with suspicion. They also explore how the [U.S. government’s] Mexico City policy … has impacted those communities. … Week 1: Abortion is strictly forbidden in most cases throughout much of Mexico. But instead of helping women who are having pregnancy complications, authorities tend to look for ways to prosecute — and even imprison — them. We have stories about women there who have little support in the medical world, no matter what they’re asking for…” (Kapralos et al., 4/29).

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