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In many respects, 2018 was a banner year for Argentina. It hosted the G20 summit and the Youth Olympics, and had a relatively decent showing in the FIFA World Cup. But what stood out the most was the historic abortion

Just over two weeks ago, an 11-year-old rape survivor in Tucumán underwent a C-section after being denied a legal interruption of pregnancy (ILE, Interrupción Legal de Embarazo) by the provincial government.

You probably have questions. I know …

On August 8th, the Argentine Senate ruled to reject the bill to legalize abortion after months of fraught campaigning between “pro-choice” verdes and “pro-life” celestes. Nearly a month on, discussions about the implementation of national sex education are reopening …

After Argentina’s recent abortion debate— in which a bill that would have legalized abortion in the country was passed in Congress but ultimately defeated in the Senate— a group of politicians have launched the “Celeste Party”. Named after

While the bill to legalize abortion may have been defeated in Senate, the debate that it generated is already making lasting changes within Argentina. One of the key themes that emerged during discussions was the issue of the separation of …

Was ANMAT expecting a different result? Despite the Senate’s rejection of the bill to legalize abortion last week, the National Administration of Drugs, Foods and Medical Devices (ANMAT) has authorized the national production of misoprostol, more commonly known as the …

One week ago today, Argentina’s Senate voted to reject the bill to legalize abortion by 38 votes to 31, with many expounding arguments based on the anti-abortion slogan “Save Both Lives.” However five days after the vote, a woman has …

On Thursday, August 9th, the Argentine Senate voted at 2:45 AM to reject a bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina, with 31 votes in favor and 38 votes against.

The bill, which would have included access to

It’s gonna take some time for the dust to clear from yesterday’s hectic, ultimately frustrating Senate hearing that rejected the bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina (for now). The marathon session saw 64 senators speak their mind about the …

As we wake up to the news that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion in Argentina has been defeated in Senate by 38 votes to 31 and the pro-choice movement wipes the green face-paint from tear-stained cheeks, it’s easy …