Reproductive Rights of Women in India: With Special Reference to Rajasthan

  • Dr. Anju Singhal and Dr. Sanjula Thanvi
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  • Dr. Anju Singhal

    PDF Scholar at Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), India

  • Dr. Sanjula Thanvi

    Associate Professor at Dept. of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

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Reproductive rights are the legal rights associated with contraception, abortion, fertility treatment, reproductive health, and get right of entry to records about one's reproductive physique. Reproductive rights shield human beings' freedom to decide approximately their body's capabilities to reproduce. Reproductive rights seek advice from the aggregate of human rights that cope with topics of sexual and reproductive fitness. Reproductive rights are sheltered through the application of human rights guidelines, countrywide legal guidelines, constitutions, and regional and worldwide treaties. While reproductive rights are instrumental to accomplishing population, health, and improvement desires, they may be additionally critical in themselves as human rights predicted to defend the inherent dignity of the man or woman. Reproductive rights, in particular, consisted of rights to reproductive autonomy, rights to sexual and reproductive fitness offerings, records, education and rights to equality and non-discrimination. This paper is an attempt to analyze the factors associated with reproductive rights in India as well as in the State of Rajasthan.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 06 - 14


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