Anita Pouchard Serra

Visual storyteller and photojournalist
Legal Abortion law in Argentina
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality: Argentinian
Biography: Visual storyteller and Photojournalist // Born in 1985 // Buenos Aires, Latin-America and paris //  former architect and anthropologist French-Argentinian photojournalist and visual storyteller, based in Buenos Aires Aires and working in... read on
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Legal Abortion law in Argentina
Credits: anita pouchard serra
Date of Work: 07/15/18 - Ongoing
Updated: 11/20/18
Location: Buenos Aires
2018 has been an unprecedented year in the struggle of Argentine women for legal, safe and free abortion, after more than 20 years of campaigning. A struggle that cuts across all sectors of society, political affinities and ages, breaking the traditional political scheme and its divisions. A debate that crossed borders, passionating the whole world and giving hope to other Latin American countries. After the half-approval of the deputies' bill on June 13, 2018, with a million green handkerchiefs outside Congress, the senators finally rejected the bill on August 8.


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