Aborto Legal Y Trabajo Social

National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion (2018): Voluntary Termination of Pregnancy Bill. Retrieved from: www.abortolegal.com.ar/proyecto-de-ley-presentado-por-la-campana/ Accessed 2018-03-14. Objective To promote debate and reflection in the professional world on the right to abortion in the current economic situation. —————— (2014) “Conscientious objection to abortion in Tucumán: a tool of the majority”. In the master`s thesis “Gender, society and politics”, Prigepp-FLACSO. National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion (24 October 2013): Only legal abortion guarantees the right to decide. Excerpt from: www.abortolegal.com.ar/solo-el-aborto-legal-garantiza-el-derecho-a-decidir/. Consultation date: 2018-03-10. As social workers, we see the need to participate in the debate on this problem, which is presented to us and challenged in the different areas of professional intervention.

We often accompany women in abortion situations with health performers, educational institutions or legal protection, as part of interdisciplinary teams that deal with or articulate with the subject of sexual and reproductive health. Center for Legal and Social Studies (2015): Ten Reasons to Decriminalize and Legalize Preterm Abortion. Buenos Aires. Excerpt from: www.cels.org.ar/common/Diez%20razones%20para%20despenalizar.pdf. Accessed 04-02-18. We propose to enrich the debate on the right to abortion in dialogue and exchange with social organizations and movements, scientific actors and human rights organizations that have long been active in building and fighting for the recognition of this fundamental right for women. Aldana Tesone – Social Worker at CeSAC Nos. 39 and 35, programmatic zone of the J.

M. Penna General Acute Care Hospital. —————— (2009b): “Conscientious Objection and Sexual and Reproductive Health”. In Despenalización.org.ar for the Decriminalization of Abortion, No. 10, June. Excerpt from: www.despenalizacion.org.ar/pdf/hojas_informativas/10_alegre.pdf. Accessed 21-06-2017. Dosso, Daniela (2015): “Comprehensive consideration of causal health for legal abortion”. Winning essay of the FUSA competition. Excerpt from: docplayer.es/50810776-Miradas-integrales-de-la-causal-salud.html.

Accessed 17-05-2016. Axes of exchange – Characterization of the problem of abortion from the point of view of gender and human rights. -Analysis of the current legal framework. -Struggle of social organizations for the right to abortion. These alarming figures show that the prohibition and illegality of abortion not only does not prevent its practice, but also leads to differentiated access according to the social class of women. While those in the upper and middle sectors have private access to appropriate surgical and/or pharmacological information and practices, poor women resort to unsafe home-based procedures that endanger their health and lives. In any case, it is a practice mediated by hegemonic mandates of gender, morality and religion in which motherhood appears as an irrefutable destiny of women and abortion as a socially condemned fact. La Tinta, Journalism to the Bottom (September 29, 2016): Abortion is only illegal for poor women.

Interview with Aucía, Analia. Excerpt from: latinta.com.ar/2016/09/el-aborto-es-ilegal-solo-para-las-mujeres-pobres/. Accessed 19-11-17. Second meeting – September 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. – Experiences of professional intervention of accompaniment in situations of non-punishable abortion and counseling before and after abortion. The present work tries to generate contributions by making visible the subject of abortion and integrating it into new agendas of professional intervention, understanding that it is not foreign to the professional practice of social work and concerns us of its real existence, its consequences, its secrecy, its legality, we propose to address the problem not only in the fabric of sexual and reproductive rights, but also problematize in the social fabric itself. Therefore, this implies adopting a perspective in which, among other things, economic, cultural, legal-legal and political determinants occur. The problematization of gender and human rights presupposes a firm commitment to identify cultural models and to consider social work in its political aspect in the articulation of thought and action.

For the proposed study, an attempt was made to draw on institutional experience in the health sector, where social workers (as well as other professions) build and create treatment rooms to comply with necessary procedures based on applicable regulations on legal termination of pregnancy (ILE). For this work, experts from municipal and provincial health care providers were interviewed. Brown, Josefina (2007): “Abortion in Argentina, genealogy of a trial”. XXVI Congress of the Latin American Sociological Society. Latin American Sociological Association, Guadalajara. Gebruers, Cecilia and Gherardi, Natalia (2015): Legal Abortion in Argentina: Justice After the Supreme Court Decision in the “F.A.L.” Case. REDAAS (Safe Abortion Access Network) DOCUMENT SERIES, No. 2, April. Argentina.

Excerpt from: www.redaas.org.ar. Accessed 20-06-17. It is estimated that between 460,000 and 600,000 women in Argentina resort to clandestine abortion each year (1). According to official statistics, as a result, 11% of the approximately 280 women lose their lives each year due to pregnancy-related causes(2). This makes it the leading cause of death among pregnant women in the country since 1980. Similarly, hospitalizations in public hospitals due to complications after abortion amount to 80,000 (3) per year, without notification from the private sector and social work. In addition to official figures, there are medical examinations that report an under-registration of mortality due to pregnancy, most of whom are poor and young women. Rosso, Graciela (2007): Abortion in Argentina today. In Revista Mora N°13, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, UBA. From this secretariat, we understand that the denial of the right to decide one`s own body is a form of violence against women perpetrated by the patriarchal capitalist state, a system that reproduces and imposes under its social relations the need to control, appropriate and exploit women`s bodies, lives and sexuality. Given the scale and characteristics of termination of pregnancy, it presents itself as a human rights and public health problem. In this way, his punishment contributes to the deepening of social inequalities.

While the judgment of the Supreme Court “F., A. L. s/Masturbation Measure” represents a step forward in terms of safeguards and reaffirms what is stated in Article 86 (paragraphs 1 and 2) of the Penal Code(4) according to which the inconsistency and ambiguity of existing protocols and regulations lead to obstacles and situations of violence and ill-treatment against women undergoing ANP (non-punishable abortion) that occur in practice. Cazzaniga, Susana (2009): Professional intervention: constitutive and constitutive dimensions. Stool sheets. Faculty of Social Work, National University of Entre Ríos. Municipality of Rosario (2018): Health centers. Excerpt from: www.rosario.gov.ar/web/servicios/salud/centros-de-salud.

Consultation date: 16-04-2018. SDC, Soledad (2014): Conscientious objection as a tool for majorities. In Sdc Soledad, Álvarez Mariana and Iriarte Alejandra: Jaque a la reina: salud, autonomía y libertad reproductiva en Tucumán. Editorial Cienflores, Buenos Aires. First meeting – 17 September from 18:30 to 20:00 National Department of Health (2015): Protocol for the comprehensive care of persons entitled to a legal termination of pregnancy”. Argentina. Retrieved from: webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:0tKKVrN4lDAJ:www.msal.gob.ar/images/stories/bes/graficos/0000000875cntprotocolo_ile_octubre%25202016.pdf+&cd=1&hl=es&ct=clnk&gl=ar Accessed 19-11-17. With this initiative, we intend to pave the way for contributing to the effective realization and full respect of the human rights of women recognized in the International Covenants and reflected in our national constitution. However, if we look at some indicators of women`s morbidity and mortality, they reflect a situation that deserves an analysis of the guarantee of women`s right to comprehensive health. ——————————————— (2016): Exterior and location of the Western District. Excerpt from: www.rosario.gov.ar/web/ciudad/distritos/distrito-oeste/conformacion-y-localizacion-distrito-oeste. Consultation date: 03-08-2016.

Speakers: Analía Bruno – General Practitioner, member of the National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion. Castro, Susana (2013): The Construction of the Problem in Social Work: Reflections on the Understanding and Uniqueness of the Family Dimension. In Public Debate Magazine. Reflection in Social Work, No. 6. Publication of the career of social work. Faculty of Social Sciences. Uba. Buenos Aires. Speakers: Diana Maffía – Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. Testa Mario (1996): Attention: Primary or primitive? of health.

Thinking about health. Editor, Buenos Aires Agustina Ramon Michel – lawyer, auxiliary employee at CEDES (Center for Studies on the State and Society) and professor at the University of Palermo.