After news broke last week around an expected reversal of the 1973 landmark law that made abortion legal in the US, protestors gathered in the UK in support of American women.
The government’s efforts to protect ‘free speech’ within universities has emboldened pro-life campaigners operating on campus.
In countries where reproductive healthcare is neither safe nor legal, many women rely on travel to access the help they need. But in the age of coronavirus, this is no longer possible.
The country said it was time to legalise abortion seven months ago. But for those on the ground, almost nothing has changed.
Protesters gathered in Parliament Square last weekend to oppose the Conservative-DUP coalition, chanting for the rights of women, LGBTQ people and those whose lives were lost in Grenfell.