Post-Communist Limitations on Reproductive Rights: The German and the Romanian Examples
Medicine and Law: World Association for Medical Law 1999; 18(2-3): 277-283
This article examines legislative changes affecting reproductive rights that have taken place in two Central European countries since the dissolution of the Soviet bloc. Although some of these changes have been progressive, not all of them have been. Both countries will have to make further changes to be in full compliance with their international human rights obligations to accord women and men reproductive choice.
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Rozic, Peter (Georgetown University, 2012)In transitions from authoritarian regimes, justice has normally encompassed a variety of approaches, from amnesty to public trials. The oddity about the post-communist world is that transitional justice has been reduced ...