A multinational review of efforts to regulate conscience-based objection to abortion

      Objectives: Conscientious objection is the refusal to participate in an activity that an individual considers incompatible with their religious, moral or ethical beliefs. We aim to characterize the global landscape of conscientious objection by describing national policies and laws and categorizing the strategies used to balance rights of providers with those of women seeking abortion.
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