Introduction / Rebecca J. Cook, Joanna N. Erdman, and Bernard M. Dickens The Constitutionalization of Abortion / Reva B. Siegel Abortion in Portugal : New Trends in European Constitutionalism / Ruth Rubio-Marín Women's Rights in the Abortion Decision of the Slovak Constitutional Court / Adriana Lamacková Proportionality in the Constitutional Review of Abortion Law / Verónica Undurraga A Functionalist Approach to Comparative Abortion Law / Rachel Rebouché The Procedural Turn : Abortion at the European Court of Human Rights / Joanna N. Erdman The Struggle Against Informal Rules on Abortion in Argentina / Paola Bergallo Reforming African Abortion Laws and Practice : The Place of Transparency / Charles G. Ngwena The Medical Framework and Early Medical Abortion in the U.K. : How Can a State Control Swallowing? / Sally Sheldon The Right to Conscience / Bernard M. Dickens Catholic Constitutionalism on Sex, Women, and the Beginning of Life / Julieta Lemaitre Bringing Abortion into the Brazilian Public Debate : Legal Strategies for Anencephalic Pregnancy / Luís Roberto Barroso Toward Transformative Equality in Nepal : The Lakshmi Dhikta Decision / Melissa Upreti Reckoning with Narratives of Innocent Suffering in Transnational Abortion Litigation / Lisa M. Kelly Narratives of Prenatal Personhood in Abortion Law / Alejandro Madrazo Stigmatized Meanings of Criminal Abortion Law / Rebecca J. Cook.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-456) and index.