The Nine Basic Human Rights of a Pregnant Woman and Her Unborn Child by Giuditta Tornetta According to Amnesty International the likelihood of a woman’s dying in childbirth in the U.S. is ﬁve times greater than in Greece, four times greater than in Germany and three times greater than in Spain. After gathering their data from many sources, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, AI concluded that approximately half of pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S. are preventable. … more
Aside from the right to life, there are some more personal, subtle rights that are constantly challenged by our social, familial, cultural and even religious environment. These are the right to speak and hear the truth, the right to love and be loved, the right to take action, and the right to know, to name a few
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