Center for Reproductive Law and Policy
The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy (CRLP) is a non-profit legal and policy advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's reproductive rights. CRLP's domestic and international programs engage in litigation, policy analysis, legal research, and public education seeking to achieve women's equality in society and ensure that all women have access to appropriate and freely chosen reproductive health services.
International Federation of Professional Abortion and Contraception Associates
FIAPAC is an international NGO of health professionals working in the field of abortion and contraception. It organises regular conferences and is engaged to improve the standard of care in abortion and contraception.
It also has an extensive collection of links on abortion.
March for Women's Lives - April 25, 2004
Sign up to march on Sunday, April 25, 2004 in a massive national march for reproductive rights.
The US Supreme Court now hangs by a slim 5-4 majority in favor of abortion rights. Sign a petition to ask Senators to filibuster any nominee for the US Supreme Court who does not affirmatively support Roe v. Wade.
Mothers Without Custody
A support website with a support group/discussion forum. Inspirational Material, Helpful Links, and more. A warm and comfortable place to share your experiences and discuss being a Non Custodial Mother.
Prochoice Education Project
The Pro-Choice Forum website is designed for those who have an interest in social, legal and ethical aspects of abortion. Pro-Choice Forum was established as an independent trust in 1997 and its aims are: 1) To increase knowledge about the causes of unwanted pregnancy and 2) to increase knowledge about the social, legal and ethical issues surrounding abortion.
The goal of the PI section of the Pro-Choice Forum is to increase research-based knowledge and informed opinion about the psychological aspects of abortion and related reproductive health issues among representatives of advocacy organizations, service providers, policy makers, researchers, journalists and lay persons. More specifically, the PI section offers the following:
• Critical summaries of research literature
• Reviews and updates of recently published books and articles
• Commentaries on best practices in counseling and other psychological service provision
• Commentaries, analysis and opinion pieces that take a psychological perspective concerning recent events
• Notices about upcoming conferences and meetings
• Reports summarizing recent conferences and meetings
Psychological Issues is sponsored by the Society for the Psychology of Women-- Division 35 of the American Psychological Association.
Reproductive Health Technologies Project
This site contains up-to-date information on reproductive health issues, including Emergency Contraception, microbicides, and early abortion. It is an advocacy- and education-oriented site that keeps abreast of the most recent research.
Reproductive Rights Blog
A blog linking to current reproductive rights stories.
Right To Decide
Right To Decide is a web initiative on reproductive and sexual rights and health. Right To Decide provides an open forum for the permanent exchange of best practices, views and news for anyone who is interested.
In order not to approach the wide field of reproductive rights and health all at once the themes that are started with are Youth and Conflict. Over the coming months more themes will be added.
SisterSong is a national collective of women of color organizations working on reproductive health and sexual rights. The collective addresses abortion, abstinence education,
incarcerated women and girls, genetic
engineering, HIV/AIDS, midwifery, population control, and forced sterilization.
Voice 4 Choice
The Center for Reproductive Rights, a non profit legal advocacy organization, is facing the Supreme Court with a case that will challenge women's reproductive rights. They created a micro-site in order to promote awareness of the case and what it means to women's rights.
Women's Choice Clinic
Thisfeminist clinic is free to women "from fear concerning their bodies, from unwanted pregnancies, from an impersonal medical system and from excessive fees." The clinic is located in Oakland, CA and the site is a good resource for women in that area. Their site contains information on a limited number of health topics.