This month, Hennessy's Index looks at abortion rights in Canada and the numbers behind M312, a federal backbencher's private motion "that sought to re-examine how Canadian law defines a human being."
Jill Cambridge writes about Global Campaign for the Decriminalization of Abortion and Motion 312.
ARCC's online petition against Motion 312 has garnered nearly 20,000 signatures, and was sent to Ottawa.
This educational filmstrip celebrates the brave efforts of Canadian MP Stephen Woodworth and his single-minded quest to understand the uterus.
There has been an interesting change of direction from the Canadian far right over Stephen Woodworth's "science," revealing how and why Canada's far right isn't particularly interested in it.
The Canadian women's movement can't afford to look the other way. We must fight right-wing attempts to erase women's gains, even if those attempts have little chance of success.
While there's much to celebrate in the outcome of the London Family Planning Summit, some concerns need to be addressed if the global community truly hopes to cut the high death toll from pregnancy.
Anti-choice researchers recently published a dangerously flawed study that concluded -- incredibly -- that the legal status of abortion has no influence on maternal deaths in Chile.
We and the government of Canada are directly funding misogyny and anti-woman propaganda activism. It is time to stop this and end the "charitable" status extended to the hard right.
Debate opened on Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth's anti-choice Motion 312 last week.