Fighting to Choose: Almost Print Ready

“Fighting to Choose: The Abortion Rights Struggle in New Zealand” (Victoria University Press) is almost print ready, and due to be officially launched on May Day, 1 May, in Wellington. I’m going to be giving a talk/having a discussion on the book at the Women’s Studies Association Conference in Wellington the weekend before 26-28 April, where ALRANZ and the Prochoice Highway will have a stall with books and lots of other nifty stuff. Please stop by, and find out more about the book and the Highway. And if you’re an ALRANZ member, it’ll all be at the AGM on April 30. (If you’re not, you could always join…)



2 Responses

  1. At last what we have all been waiting for – an accessible but thoroughly researched and entertaining look at the struggle for abortion rights in NZ from the 1970s by a highly regarded journalist.

  2. I was stunned to recently find out that abortion in NZ isn’t just legal – you have to jump through hoops with your doctor. I’d think that most New Zealanders would be surprised to find that it isn’t just a right that is automatically available to NZ women.

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