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Advances in the reorganization, promotion and protection of reproductive health have been accelerated nowadays. Of course, law must protect the sexual and reproductive health of men just as much as of women.

However, because women bear the burden of gestation and their lives and health are more at stake in pregnancy and childbirth than those of men, women are more centrally concerned than men in the legal protection and promotion of reproductive health.

In terms of modern human rights law, which guarantees equity between the sexes, many of the health, disadvantages of women can be classified as injustices. Maternal death, for instance, is often only the end point of a series of injustices that women face. Women are attributed low social status and menial social roles neglect in education, and recognized primarily for their childbearing capacity.

This devaluation of women often leads to a denial of rights such as the rights to access to information, adequate nutrition, and health services such as family planning to which they are entitled by the fact that their governments have signed international agreements.

Many laws and regulations have a potential influence on people’s reproductive health. For instance, laws on abortion, female genital mutilation, rape and domestic abuse can directly affect reproductive health. Laws on education, employment and property, which influence women’s status, have an indirect effect on reproductive health.

Despite the fact that international treaties and conventions on human rights exist and that many of their clauses have a bearing on the protection and promotion of reproductive health, many women still experience poor reproductive health.

The concept of health as physical mental and social well-being, emphasizes the significance of social welfare. In the case of women, social economic, and cultural influences can be seen to play an important role in health status. In some parts of the world women are considered to be relatively insignificant

The preventive reproductive ill-health in women is an issue of social justice and human rights. The challenge is to characterize women’s health disadvantages as injustice’s that governments are obliged to remedy through political, health and legal systems.

Efforts to advance women’s reproductive health through human rights must build on the existing fremework of human rights. There rights are like:- (a) the rights to life, liberty and security of the person (b) the rights that relate to the foundation of families and of family life. (c) the rights to health information and sex. (d) The right to equality and nondiscrimination.

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