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Report 1997
THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE:

Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health

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C O N T E N T S

INTRODUCTION: Rights, Empowerment and Development

CHAPTER 1: Reproductive Health and Human Rights

CHAPTER 2: Rights for Sexual and Reproductive Health

Poor Women, Poor Health

Reproductive Health Services

CHAPTER 3: Sexual and Reproductive Self-determination

CHAPTER 4: Reproductive Rights and Sustainable Development

CHAPTER 5: Challenges and Needs

SPECIAL REPORT: Implementing the ICPD Programme of Action

TABLES (PDF files)

CHARTS, GRAPHS AND MAPS

BOXES

Introduction

  1. Reproductive Health Access Up, Fertility and Population Growth Down
  2. Integrating Reproductive Rights into the Treaty Monitoring Process
  3. ICPD on Reproductive Health and Rights

Chapter 1

  1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  2. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
  3. The Women's Convention
  4. 'Women are Entitled to Decide'
  5. IPPF Charter on Sexual and Reproductive Rights
  6. Sexuality and Gender Relations
  7. The Right to Family Planning
  8. South African Constitution
  9. Systematic Sexual Violence Against Rwandan Women

Chapter 2

  1. AIDS: The Right to Protection
  2. HIV/AIDS Spreads in Former Soviet Republics
  3. Abortion and the International Community
  4. ‘Give Up Harmful Practices, not Culture'
  5. The Health Consequences of FGM
  6. Culturally Sensitive Campaign to Eliminate FGM
  7. Components of Reproductive Health Care
  8. Comprehensive Services for Palestinian Women
  9. When Will Japan Lift Ban on the Pill?
  10. Meeting Unmet Family Planning Needs in Rajasthan, India
  11. Restriction of Sterilization in Brazil

Chapter 3

  1. Adolescents' Right to Reproductive Health Services
  2. Chilean Youth Given a Forum to Discuss Their Sexuality
  3. ICPD Programme of Action on Incentives
  4. Reproductive Health Care Now Guaranteed in All Emergencies

Chapter 4

  1. India Adopts ICPD Goals, but Gender Inequality Runs Deep

Special Report

  1. NGOs Track Post-ICPD Progress
  2. Youth Training and Peer Counselling on Reproductive Health
  3. NGOs Promote ICPD Implementation

NOTES

The State of World Population 1997

Editor: Alex Marshall
Research and Writing: Stan Bernstein
Managing Editor: William A. Ryan
Editorial Assistant: Phyllis Brachman