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H 1 Regulation of Conscientious Objection to Abortion: An International Comparative Multiple-Case Study.

CHAVKIN Wendy ; SWERDLOW Laurel ; FIFIELD Jocelyn

Harvard University Press ;Health and Human Rights Journal

Etats-Unis

06/2017

14 p.

26485

This is a comparative multiple-case study, which triangulates multiple data sources, including interviews with key stakeholders from all sides of the debate in England, Italy, Norway, and Portugal. While the laws in all four countries have similarities, we found that implementation varied. In this sample, the ingredients that appear necessary for a functional health system that guarantees access to abortion while still permitting CO include clarity about who can object and to which components of care; ready access by mandating referral or establishing direct entry; and assurance of a functioning abortion service through direct provision or by contracting services. Social attitudes toward both objection and abortion, and the prevalence of CO, additionally influence the degree to which CO policies are effectively implemented in these cases.
In "Health and Human Rights Journal"; n° 1, vol. 19

https://www.hhrjournal.org/2017/06/regulation-of-conscientious-objection-to-abortion-an-international-comparative-multiple-case-study/

Français

CLAUSE DE CONSCIENCE ; EUROPE ; ANGLETERRE ; ITALIE ; NORVEGE ; PORTUGAL ; COMPARAISON ; LEGISLATION ; AVORTEMENT

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