Abortion Pill – What Are We Talking About?

In her article in „Magyar Hírlap”, Eszter Csernus expresses her views about misbelieves around the abortion by pill.

The Gynecologist and Obstetrics College of the Hungarian Medical Chamber recently approved the use of the medical combination called RU486. After the supportive opinion of the College, pro-life groups have again protested about the use of the medication in Hungary. In the controversy around the issue, Eszter Csernus argues for the abortion pill and for the choice of women applying for abortions on the pages of Magyar Hírlap.

Share

Related articles

Background institutions are closed down in the new year – and this is a huge problem

The Hungarian government has been promising to close down / merge institutions belonging under the governance of ministries and this plan has finally been realized. Why did it happen and why is it such a problem? What were the responsibilities of these institutions so far and what will happen to their previous tasks now? Let us explain.

Hungarian Government Obstructs Access to Morning-After Pill

Three Hungarian NGOs are seeking answers from the state health authority after it decided against granting over-the-counter access to a morning-after pill out of concern for women's health.

Newsletter Launch: Global Developments in Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment

The HCLU is pleased to announce the launch of a new quarterly newsletter: Global Developments in Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment. This newsletter, prepared by the International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO), focuses on significant international developments, including cases and legislation, concerning religious freedom, equal treatment, and the intersection of the two.