How do Latin America’s total abortion bans affect women’s health and human rights and society at large? Who should make decisions about whether to end a pregnancy? Should society understand abortion from a religious or public health perspective? These are just some of the difficult questions that panelists raised during the June 10, 2014 Symposium on Reproductive Rights in Latin America, jointly sponsored by the Inter-American Dialogue and the Center for Reproductive Rights. Each of the symposium’s three panels addressed reproductive rights in Latin America through a particular lens.
Click here to view the symposium’s resulting report, “Abortion and Reproductive Rights in Latin America: Implications for Democracy.”