Reproductive Activism and Abortion Research Network (RAARN) is a resource for scholars, advocates, and activists to share knowledge and strategies, and to connect with others interested in enhancing reproductive justice options. This website was created as a result of the first international conference in Canada on abortion scholarship: Abortion: The Unfinished Revolution; held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island in 2014. Our vision was to create a networking space for those dedicated to reproductive activism in general and abortion scholarship and advocacy in particular. On a regular basis we have guest blogs by advocates and scholars on a variety of topics relevant to reproductive justice. You can search past blog posts, seek more information on academic-activists and advocates, and make contact for further collaborations. You can access links to various resources including the programme from the original conference with links to papers, photos, and videos.
Are you interested in being a part of RAARN? Please follow this link for more information. Membership is free. To apply, fill out the application form. Once approved, members can participate in the commenting function of the blogs and share their information, including links to their CV, writings, and calls for action and organizing in their region.
Video Production: Isaac Williams
Recent blog posts
- Telling Abortion Stories
- The “A” Word: Intertwined Histories of Infertility, Adoption and Abortion
- What the US election means for reproductive justice and abortion access
- Screwing the System, Changing the Game: Reproductive Justice in New Brunswick
- Abortion and Reproductive Justice- The Unfinished Revolution II
- Creating change with networking
RAARN Members' Research
|Transcending Borders||2017||Shannon Stettner, Katrina Ackerman, Kristin Burnett, Travis Hay|
|Breaking the silence on abortion: the role of adult community abortion education in fostering resistance to norms||Culture, Health, and Sexuality||2017||Fiona, K Bloomer, Kellie O'Dowd, Catriona Macleod|
|Without Apology||2016||Shannon Stettner, Shannon Stettner|
|RENAL AND OBSTETRIC OUTCOMES AFTER KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION I˙N PREGNANCY: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE||Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation||2016||Yavuz Ayar, Alparslan Ersoy, Abdulmecit Yildiz, Abdulmecit Yildiz, Gokhan Ocakoglu, Bilge, C Demir, Bayram Korkut, Burcu Bozkurt, Ahmet, B Sahin|
|Exploring Canadian women's knowledge of and interest in mifepristone: results from a national qualitative study with abortion patients||Contraception||2016||Kristina, I. Vogel, Kathryn, J. LaRoche, Julie El-Haddad, Andréanne Chaumont, Angel, M. Foster|