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Roe v Wade overturned: what abortion access and reproductive rights look like around the world

By Claire Pierson, Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Liverpool
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The global landscape of reproductive rights is constantly shifting. The US Supreme Court ruling that has overturned Roe v Wade – the landmark 1973 decision that protected a woman’s right to have an abortion – marks a significant regression for abortion access. But it is not the only case. While countries like the US, Poland and Russia are taking steps backward, gains are being made in places such as Ireland, Colombia and…The Conversation

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