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We accompanied 218 cases in 29 states across the country, 36 comprehensive reparations processes, and closed 12 cases after having successfully obtained comprehensive reparation measures. We obtained recommendations and opinions from human rights defense institutions and also influenced public health institutions to provide services within the Supreme Court resolutions framework.

In compliance with the legal stay won by GIRE, CAFIS (The Center for Analysis, Training and Social Initiative) and ODESYR (The Citizen Observatory of Sexual and Reproductive Rights) seven public hospitals in Puebla, both within local health services, as well as the IMSS, ISSSTE, and ISSSTEP (The Puebla State Workers Security and Social Services Institute) systems, will provide abortion services to those accompanied or assisted by any of these This year we accompanied 57 cases.


Kimberly, a girl from Chihuahua who was denied abortion services in the case of rape by a public hospital, obtained, as one of the reparation measures, the exhortation to the local Congress to repeal the time limit on abortion access in these cases, a limit that was already declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court by both the sentence on abortion as a crime in Coahuila as well as in Jessica’s case.


After 5 years of seeking justice, the IMSS in Chiapas publicly apologized to Cecilia and her partner Mateo, for obstetric violence against her, which resulted in the death of their child in 2013. They also achieved access to assisted reproduction services.


The CEAV (The Victims’ Services Executive Commission) issued a comprehensive reparations opinion in favor of a woman from Zacatecas who experienced obstetric violence resulting in the death of the fetus in 2014.


The Mexico City Health Secretary publicly apologized to Angélica Juárez, a victim of obstetric violence and forced contraception in 2020.


The IMSS recognized obstetric violence in the case of a woman, who was treated at the Oaxaca General Hospital Number 1.


In a Recommendation regarding several cases, the Mexico City Human Rights Commission recognized human rights violations in the maternal death of a woman in 2019.


Through a conciliation process via CONAMED (The National Medical Arbitration Commission), the Mexico General Hospital “Dr. Eduardo Liceaga” publicly apologized to a woman for obstetric violence.


Marielos and her family sought justice for nine years and finally all comprehensive reparation measures from the Sinaloa Human Rights Commission Recommendation 18/2017 regarding obstetric violence in local health services hospitals were fulfilled.


The National Human Rights Commission recognized that the National Institute of Perinatology and the Acapulco General Hospital violated Rosemary’s human rights by denying her access to an abortion, in the case of congenital abnormalities incompatible with life.


We provided technical assistance to public health institutions in order to contribute to the implementation of reproductive health services established by legal regulations. Dialogue with IMSS staff regarding abortion services provision within the Supreme Court sentences framework stands out.


We collaborated with the Health Secretary and the Puebla State Government in the creation of a care route for abortion requests, in compliance with the Supreme Court sentence.


We participated in the collective publication Unexpected Effects. Feminism and penal bets in Mexico, coordinated by the organization Intersecta, in which, together with EQUIS Justice for women, Balance, the Simone de Beauvoir Leadership Institute, and Semillas Fund, we disseminated the impact of punitive policies in response to gender inequality related issues.


We were authorized to enter the Immigration Station in Mexico City and will be able to document reproductive rights violations and provide legal advocacy to those in need of access to reproductive health care, including abortion.