Birth control and reproductive justice
Hormonal birth control has long been a feminist symbol of choice, but without other options, is it truly a choice?
In Canada’s federal women’s prisons, reproductive rights are under threat
In a new report, people inside women’s prisons explain how incarceration has impacted their reproductive health – from limiting health care access, to verbal and physical abuse, to destroying family connections.
The sorry state of abortion access in Saskatchewan
From lack of access in rural and northern areas to an astonishing number of homegrown anti-abortion politicians, Saskatchewan is ground zero for attacks on reproductive rights.
A Matter of Life and Death in Remand
When the correctional system dictates inmates’ access to health care, the moral policing of addictions in combination with systemic racism creates a lethal environment in remand.