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Title: Between Cairo to Haryana: how far have reproductive rights come after twenty years of ICPD
Authors: Jain, Dipika
Jindal Global Law School
Keywords: Reproductive rights, Contraception, Women's rights
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2014
Publisher: Whittier Law Review
Citation: Jain, Dipika. (2014). Between Cairo to Haryana: how far have reproductive rights come after twenty years of ICPD. Whittier Law Review, Vol 35 No 3: 373-419
Abstract: In this paper, we present findings from our multi- stakeholder survey of access to contraception in the Northern Indian State of Haryana. In our survey, we interviewed 168 married women, 120 unmarried women, seventeen ASHA workers, and eleven other healthcare workers. Our survey reveals that Haryana pushes sterilization over other methods and that women face serious barriers to contraception. These findings are particularly stunning in light of 2014 marking the twentieth anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD).
URI: https://www.law.whittier.edu/index/student-organizations/whittier-law-review/
http://hdl.handle.net/10739/1011
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