Facebook Is Ignoring Anti-Abortion Fake News

Last year, just weeks before the election, an article from a site called Mad World News began circulating around Facebook. The headline read “Before Applauding Hillary’s Abortion Remarks, Know the One Fact She Ignored.” In the article, the writer says she wants to expose Hillary Clinton’s lies about late-term abortions. She argues that a baby

Resume: “Right to Science and Freedom of Research on Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances”

“RIGHT TO SCIENCE AND FREEDOM OF RESEARCH ON NARCOTI AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES” International Conference organized by Luca Coscioni Association and hosted at Campus Luigi Einaudi of the University of Turin Program 9 am. Registration of participants 9.30 am – 9.45 pm. Marco Perduca – Tania Re: Introduction Gianmaria Ajani: Greetings Filomena Gallo: Opening remarks  9.45

Event: 5th Meeting of the World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research

5th Meeting of the World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research  11 – 13 April 2018, European Parliament, Brussels The interaction between scientific evidences and the decision-making process will be the central issue of the next meeting of the World Congress scheduled to take place from 11 to 13 April 2018 at the European Parliament

Irish PM Prefers May Abortion Referendum to Maximize Student Vote

DUBLIN — Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he would prefer to hold a referendum on easing the country’s abortion laws next May in June in order to maximize the number of students who can vote. The government promised last week to hold a referendum in May or June on loosening of some of the

Oklahoma Judge Again Overturns Medical Abortion Restriction

The law “prevents abortion providers in Oklahoma from using abortion methods that are so dangerous even Planned Parenthood has discontinued the methods,” Hunter, a Republican, said. “We intend to appeal this ruling to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.” Michael McNutt, a spokesman for Republican Gov. Mary Fallin, also said the drugs pose a potential danger. “This

Thousands Rally in Dublin Against Ireland’s Abortion Ban

Thousands of people marched in Dublin on Saturday to demand an end to the country’s constitutional ban on abortion, one of the strictest such laws in the Western world. The March for Choice is an annual protest against the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which enshrines a ban on abortions, but this year it

Event: “Right to Science and Freedom of Research on Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances” (Turin, Sept. 29, 2017)

RIGHT TO SCIENCE AND FREEDOM OF RESEARCH  ON NARCOTIC AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES International Conference organized by Associazione Luca Coscioni, hosted by the University of Turin September 29, 2017, Campus Luigi Einaudi – Torino   CONFERENCE WEBCAST – WATCH HERE On the occasion of the fourth meeting of the G7 Ministers of Science and Technology in Turin, UNITO

Chile legalizes abortion under some circumstances

In the summer of 2017, Chile legalized abortion under some circumstances. The legislation, which will take effect in January 2018, legalizes abortion in cases of “risk to the mother’s life,” “fetal malformation incompatible with life,” and rape.

Workshop: “Right to enjoy the benefits of science and freedom of research” (Turin, Sept. 28, 2017)

We are pleased to invite you at this workshop wich will face the matter of the importance of the right to ejoy the benefits of science and the promotion of the freedom of research around the world. The meeting will be held the 28 September in Turin (room A1 – Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora

Chilean Tribunal Weighs In: Some Abortions Will Now Be Legal.

SANTIAGO, Chile —  Chile’s Constitutional Tribunal voted on Monday to legalize abortion under limited circumstances, reinstating a right Chilean women lost 28 years ago in the twilight of the military dictatorship. Congress approved a bill this month allowing abortion when the mother’s life is in danger; when the fetus is unviable; or when the pregnancy