Millions of Latin American women face serious barriers to their sexual and reproductive rights, and they suffer serious consequences as a result. Latin American countries maintain restrictive abortion laws in spite of social developments like economic growth, democratically elected governments, formal adoption of liberal constitutions and ideologies.
SPECIAL ISSUE on Legal Regimes, Women’s Work, and Women’s Empowerment
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Struggle and Resistance: Using International Bodies to Advance Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Peru
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Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law, and Justice Forthcoming 2018.
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Latin American Politics and Society.
Access to What? Legal Agency and Access to Justice for Indigenous Peoples in Latin America
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The Journal of Development Studies
Gender and Violence in Post-Conflict Settings
Handbook on Gender and Violence
Beyond Islamist Extremism: Women and the Algerian Uprisings of 2019
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Sexual violence does not stop Sudan's women from speaking up
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