Today, our International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Program is pleased to issue a new 25-page annotated bibliography on Fetal anomaly indication for abortion, as the second installment of our selected resources on “Indications for Abortion.” This includes special sections on rubella/measles, thalidomide and fatal fetal anomalies, including anencephaly. We are immensely grateful to University of Toronto Law students Michelle Hayman and Saul Moshé-Steinberg for helping to develop this bibliography.
In addition, our previous bibliographies on the Indication for Rape or Incest (English), and Rape or Incest (Spanish) are now updated, and our longstanding list of resources on conscientious objection has been updated and expanded into a 32-page annotated bibliography on The Right to Conscience.”
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON LEGAL ASPECTS OF
FETAL ANOMALY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR COUNSELING,
SERVICE DELIVERY AND ABORTION LAWS AND POLICIES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Treaty Resources: Regional and International Treaty Bodies – Decisions, Comments and Observations
Databases: legislation and countries that allow abortion in cases of rape
Articles and Book Chapters
Fatal Fetal Anomaly
Screening, Detection and Counseling
Portuguese Publications on Brazil
Reports and Resources
LINKS to new Annotated Bibliographies:
The Right to Conscience.
Fetal anomaly indication for abortion
Rape or Incest indication for abortion
Rape or Incest indication for abortion (Spanish, Latin America)
Compiled by the Coordinator of the International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Program, reprohealth*law at utoronto.ca For Program publications and resources, see our website, online here. TO JOIN THIS BLOG: enter your email address in upper right corner of this webpage, then check your email to confirm the subscription.