GIRE publishes research and reports on reproductive justice. Here is a selection of our publications that have been translated to English.
While establishing a general law that allows marriage as of 18 years of age is positive, exceptions must be allowed in justifiable cases, in accordance to human rights standards. To better protect the rights of adolescents, a judicial mechanism that grants adolescents’ right to marry in certain cases is needed. Establishing a complete prohibition, while […]
For this report, access to public information requests were developed, an exhaustive analysis of state and federal laws related to this issue was carried out and the surrogacy cases that have been registered, documented and litigated by GIRE since 2014 were systematized. The goal of this work is to provide a clear panorama of the […]
Access to safe and legal abortion is essential to the exercise of women’s human rights. In cases of rape, this access is still restricted in Mexico despite being recognized in national and international legal frameworks. Girls and women often face obstacles to exercise their human rights because medical staff is unaware of the legal framework […]
This publication describes in detail the current situation in Mexico regarding the phenomenon of obstetric violence over the period 2012 to 2015. After a thorough investigation, GIRE presents the results and possible solutions to obstetric violence, always thinking about the women, but knowing that health personnel and the state could benefit.
Girls and Women without Justice: Reproductive Rights in is a follow-up report to the information presented in Omission and Indifference, through the updating of figures, statistics and cases registered, documented and litigated by GIRE and members of Radar 4th until May 2015. The report provides a more specialized approach on the six issues that GIRE […]
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 […]