Women in Portugal
Women in Portugal received full legal equality with Portuguese men as mandated by Portugal's constitution of 1976, which in turn resulted from the Revolution of 1974. Because of this, Portuguese women...
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Portuguese women
Women in Portugal received full legal equality with Portuguese men as mandated by Portugal's constitution of 1976, which in turn resulted from the Revolution of 1974. Because of this, Portuguese women...
Portuguese women - Wikipedia
Portuguese abortion referendum, 2007
An abortion referendum took place in Portugal on 11 February 2007, to decide whether to legalise abortion up to ten weeks. The referendum was the fulfillment of an election pledge by the governing Soc...
Portuguese abortion referendum, 2007 - Wikipedia
Josefa de Óbidos
Josefa de Óbidos ([ʒuˈzɛfɐ ð(j) ˈɔβiðuʃ]; 20 February 1630 – 22 July 1684) was a Spanish-born, Portuguese painter. Her birth name was Josefa de Ayala Figueira, but she signed her work as, "Josef...
Josefa de Óbidos - Wikipedia
Portuguese abortion referendum, 1998
On 28 June 1998 a referendum on a new abortion law was conducted in Portugal; it was the first national referendum in the Portuguese history. The law was proposed by the Portuguese Communist Party and...
Portuguese abortion referendum, 1998 - Wikipedia
Abortion in Portugal
Abortion laws in Portugal were liberalized on April 10, 2007, allowing the procedure to be done on-demand if a woman's pregnancy has not exceeded its tenth week. There is a three-day waiting period fo...
Abortion in Portugal - Wikipedia