The Right to Conscience – annotated bibliography

Alongside our new series of bibliographies on “Indications for Abortion”  (Fetal anomaly (English),     Rape or Incest (English),   and  Rape or Incest (Spanish), we have  edited and updated our selected readings on Conscientious Objection into a 32-page annotated bibliography on “The Right to Conscience,” prepared by the, International Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Program, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.  We are immensely grateful to Saul Moshé-Steinberg for helping to develop this bibliography into its present form.  The contents are outlined below:

THE RIGHT TO CONSCIENCE

An Annotated Bibliography

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Court Decisions

Treaty Resources: Regional and International Treaty Bodies
– Decisions, Comments and Observations

• Regional

• International

Policy Guidance

• Domestic

• International

Publications

• Articles and Book Chapters in English

• Articles and Book Chapters in Spanish or Portuguese

Reports and Resources

• Governmental Bodies.

• Non-Governmental Organizations

Acknowledgment
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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)   _____________________________________________________________________________
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.

 

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