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The drop Shathi, from Dhaka is suffering complications from unsafe abortion. Like her, each year, an estimated 572,000 women suffer complications from unsafe abortion, but only 40% of those who need treatment actually receive care from a facility. Watch this powerful documentary made by our Youth Champion Anika Binte Habib from Bangladesh highlighting the complications women face in accessing safe ab...
Documentary 8 min
2016
India

Topic: Abortion
Tainted (Abortion Situation in the Philippines) A short documentary about abortion stigma on the Philippines.
Documentary 7 min
2014
Philippines

Topic: Abortion
Corpus delicti - 20 years rights to abortion in Belgium A documentary about the history of abortion in Belgium, and the development in Europe since 2010. In 1990, the abortion in Belgium which exempted from punishment. The development is documented in six chapters to 5 minutes each, with archival footage and eyewitnesses. Especially the public debate in Belgium, Europe and worldwide on this issue will be shown.
Documentary 26 min
2015


Topic: Abortion
One Sings, the Other Doesn't Pauline (Valérie Mairesse), a schoolgirl studying for her baccalaureate, wanders into a gallery and recognizes an old friend, Suzanne (Thérèse Liotard), in one of the photographs displayed. Suzanne has two children with the photographer and is expecting a third which she cannot afford to keep. In order to help raise funds for an abortion, Pauline lies to her parents about a school trip, and whe...
Film 120 min
1977
Belgium Venezuela France

Topic: Abortion
Trapped "Trapped" premiered in January at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Since 2010, hundreds of laws regulating abortion clinics have been passed by conservative state legislatures, particularly in the south. These restrictions, known as TRAP laws (or Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers) are spreading across America. Unable to comply with these far-reaching and medically unnecessary meas...
Documentary 83 min
2015
USA

Topic: Abortion
Abortion: the difficult combat of Simone Veil The documentary shows the hard combat of the former health minister Simone Veil for the legalization of abortion in France 40 years ago.
Documentary 4 min
2014
France

Topic: Abortion
The Provider The Provider follows traveling abortion provider, Dr. Shannon Carr, as she travels to work in Dallas, Texas to perform legal and safe abortions despite the vigorous anti-abortion stigma. In 2013, a Texas bill named House Bill Two (HB2) was passed which effectively closed down nearly two thirds of the state’s abortion clinics. These laws have become the biggest threat to women’s healthcare since...
Documentary 15 min
2015
USA

Topic: Abortion
Let abortion be quiet 38 years after the law authorizing abortion in France, the film attempts to show the everyday work in the center of the family planning Kremlin Bicetre Hospital, to enable women to be welcomed in the best possible conditions. Working in a family planning centre is not a business like any other. Heirs / heiresses of MLAC (Freedom Movement of abortion and contraception) professional (the) s aggre...
Documentary 48 min
2013
France

Topic: Abortion
Abortion Now the Christian Union is in the Cabinet, the abortion is back in the public debate. But once there was no law, and abortion was the work of shadowy profiteers in backstreets and idealistic doctors who risked prison. Other times over the knitting needle era.
Report 25 min
2007
Netherlands

Topic: Abortion
Focus: Education against demographic explosions On the Philippines every two hours a woman dies, each hour seven children and three newborn die. Already 100 Billion people are living there. The birth rate on the Philippines is so high that the nation can't afford to feed everyone and the Philippines are also too poor to afford the neccesary imports for a healthy living. Countless women decide to have an abortion out of despair. The inter...
Report 28 min
2015
Austria

Topic: Contraception