Research Proposal - Closing Canada's Abortion Access Gap: Legal, But Not Accessible

Hello everyone! I'm Christina, and my work studies how despite legalization, abortion access inequities continue to exist in Canada. Through mixed methodologies, I aim use this research to catalyze policy windows that ensure governments deliver on universal healthcare services.
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This project investigates how Canada's decentralized federalist structure allow provincial governments to obstruct abortion access, despite national legalization. By employing policy analysis, geospatial mapping, and quantitative sentiment analysis of parliamentary debates, the study aims to identify regional restrictions and policy determinants perpetuating interprovincial disparities. My goal is to inform evidence-based policy recommendations to initiate overdue reform for equitable access to abortion and other politically contentious healthcare services.

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