Women’s Access to Contraceptives and Abortion in Argentina
June 15, 2005

Decisions about contraception and abortion are difficult, deeply personal, and sometimes wrenching. In Argentina, women are routinely prevented from making such decisions. Despite important advances in the area of women’s political participation and economic independence, doctors and spouses continue to exercise control over women’s reproductive health through laws and policies that subject female decision-making to arbitrary extraneous interference.

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ISBN: B1701