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Abortion Facts

One in three women will have an abortion before they are 40. You might be alarmed by these abortion facts and figures.

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Answers To Common Questions

Abortion is often promoted as a viable choice for women facing a crisis pregnancy. These are responses to common arguments in favour of abortion.

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Risks & Procedures

There are very serious health risks associated with abortion; short-term and long term, physical and psychological.

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For Her

So you’re pregnant? Sort through your feelings, identify the full spectrum of choices and find out where you can get loving help.

For Him

So your partner is pregnant? That’s tough news when the pregnancy wasn’t planned. We’ve put together some really useful info just for you.

For Friends

So your friend is pregnant? There’s so much you can do to support her at this time. Perhaps more than you think. Check out our practical advice.

For Family

So your loved one is pregnant? Your family is growing, just not in the way you expected. Everything’s going to be ok. She needs your positivity right now.

For Professionals

So your job brings you in contact with pregnant women? You hold a position of great influence. Please take time to consider this and the full impact of your advice and opinions.

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Four reasons why the world shouldn’t eradicate Down syndrome

The world wants to eradicate Down syndrome. That's no exaggeration. It's completely evidence-based, and I'll write it again: the world wants to eradicate Down syndrome. In Iceland, 100% of women who receive a positive diagnosis now terminate. In the UK, that figure is...

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Let’s not avoid the F-word of women’s rights

There’s more to being a woman than work. And is it just me, or does anyone else feel like International Women’s Day is a high-speed train that’s missed a very important station? Fertility. Yes, I did just say the ‘F’ word. Not very popular in the halls of feminist...

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Nikki's Story

Nikki was 17 and hadn't been living in Australia for long when she discovered she was pregnant. She chose Nahla.

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