Informed abortions are safer abortions

Safe Abortion Information

Are you looking for safe abortion information and options at safe2choose? Personal stories, country specific legislations, blogs and our other resources can help guide your choice.

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Abortion information per country

Safe abortion care is different in each country. To understand better what is available to you in your country, visit our country pages.


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Our resources include: downloadable abortion protocols (PDF), instructional videos, and our research studies.


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Abortion stories

Abortions are a common experience for women. Sharing your story can be a powerful tool to help normalize abortion care, and may also help other women feel confident to do the same. Read (or share your own) abortion testimonials from women in your country.


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Prochoice guests from all over the world have honest and meaningful conversations about safe abortions in the podcast episodes.


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Access to Safe Abortion and Human Rights

Access to safe abortion and human rights are closely tied together. People opt for safe abortions for many reasons. This includes saving their own lives, staying healthy, avoiding bringing up a child in poor conditions, and not having to live with the consequences of a rape. All these reasons, and many more, are directly connected

Access to safe abortion for survivors

November 25th marks the first day of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. Globally, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that one in three women have been subjected to either physical and/or sexual intimate-partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime (1). In the Americas, according to police reports, 185,000 women and

Incomplete Abortion

Abortions are safe, medical procedures, and can be life-saving options for people who don’t want to be pregnant. However, as with all medicine, there are some risks. An incomplete abortion occurs when an abortion procedure has only been partially successful. Although the pregnancy has ended and no fetus will develop, some of the pregnancy tissues