Why a woman’s right to choose still needs to be campaigned for

Click here for a Feminist Lens podcast interview with Abortion Rights Chair Kerry Abel.

The discussion is hosted by Women for Wanawake.

It’s more than 50 years since abortion was made legal in Britain and women’s rights still need to be advanced and not driven back. A consistent three-quarters of people support a woman’s right to choose in Britain. They believe the law should be brought into line with public opinion – so that women can make their own reproductive decisions without the current unfair legal barriers, obstructions, and delays.

Abortion Rights is the national member-led pro-choice campaign. It campaigns to defend and extend women’s rights and access to safe, free, legal, and local abortion. It opposes any rollback of the legisilation and restrictions to abortion access.

For further information visit Abortion Rights here.