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  Resources and Links 

Much is written around the subject of abortion and post abortion healing. There is no escaping the fact that this remains a sensitive and contentious issue. Post abortion issues are clouded by the political and moral debate. Research is confusing, conflicting and simply fraught. Attitudes, agendas and emotions so often get in the way.

The newsletter excerpts, articles and research items here are offered by way of stimulating thinking in and around post-abortion issues. The latest newsletter is also available here as a pdf file for you to peruse at your leisure.

As you scroll through and read items in this section may it bring new insights and understanding for you.

If there is a particular slant that comes through, it will be because of the nature of our work and what we have experienced and gleaned from that.

We are interested in learning and understanding a range of perspectives. It is good to be challenged. But at the end of the day what matters most is that we can be there with a person and come alongside those affected as they share their abortion experience.

If you have material that you think may be of interest to us feel free to email it to us at admin@postabortionpaths.org.nz

There are numbers of organisations and resources available for information and help in the post-abortion area. Where do you start?

We have included here some key ones we have come across in NZ and through some of the networks we have become involved in. We hope there is something useful in there for you.

We are always on the lookout for resources that may be of help to others who are either struggling with an abortion or working in the healing area.

We reserve the right to select what we include on this site and hope no-one takes offence if we decline to include something.

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