If we want abortion law reform, and if we want people to have more control over their own fertility and their own bodies, then what do we do next?
There will be many answers to this question, and we don't have to agree or all do the same thing at the same time. Indeed I doubt we could. And there is considerable strength in a broad movement imho.
It would be great to hear too about things that have (or haven't) been effective in the past, from some of our readers who will have experience both in Aotearoa and overseas with various similar issues and campaigns.
So what are your ideas?
Here's a pic from almost forty years past that will hopefully serve as inspiration!
|Black & white photo of the front of a march for abortion in 1973. Banner reads: 18?? Vote for women. 1973 Our right to abortion.|
Comment direction: This is not an opportunity to debate abortion itself, there have been plenty of posts in the last week, and indeed there's a whole page for it (cleverly titled "Abortion & Morality" to give you a clue). I imagine there could be some debates about tactics and strategies though, so feel free to go there.