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Abortion Rights and Realities in Kenya: The Constitutional Debate

FRIDAY FILE: Abortion rights currently dominate the constitutional reform debate in Kenya. What is the reality of abortion in the country?

By Kathambi Kinoti

Ever since the pro-democracy movement in Kenya gained momentum in the 1980s, the constitution has been an explosive issue in the country’s politics. Successive presidential and parliamentary candidates have made it a campaign issue, but due to a mix of ethnic, political and ideological factors, the constitution has never been overhauled. The last draft constitution was defeated in a referendum in 2005.

Source: AWID

European Equality Resolution: Implications for reproductive rights in Central and Eastern Europe

The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling for greater sexual and reproductive rights in the continent.

By Kathambi Kinoti

Source: AWID

European Equality Resolution: Implications for reproductive rights in Central and Eastern Europe

The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling for greater sexual and reproductive rights in the continent.

By Kathambi Kinoti

Source: AWID

European Equality Resolution: Implications for reproductive rights in Central and Eastern Europe

The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling for greater sexual and reproductive rights in the continent.

By Kathambi Kinoti

Source: AWID

Facing the Challenges of New Reproductive Technologies

This primer is a guide to the current debates on new reproductive technologies (NRTs), how they are changing political landscapes, and their potential effects on women's human rights.

Facing the Challenges of New Reproductive Technologies

This primer is a guide to the current debates on new reproductive technologies (NRTs), how they are changing political landscapes, and their potential effects on women's human rights.