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Omission and Indifference: Reproductive Rights in Mexico (2013)

November 11, 2019

This report aims to provide a snapshot of the situation of reproductive rights in Mexico, from the analysis of the six issues that GIRE has defined as priorities for our work: contraception, abortion, maternal mortality, obstetric violence, assisted reproduction and work and family life.

The report presents and analyzes the current regulatory framework of reproductive rights in Mexico both at the federal and state levels, as well as their implementation. It also identifies the obstacles women face in exercising their reproductive rights. The information presented in this document covers the period between April 2007 and January 2013.

To prepare the report, GIRE drew on several documentary sources: federal and local laws and administrative regulations, cases documented by GIRE, statistical data and public information obtained through requests for access to information.


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