We could probably all use one. Here’s a great one from Rickie Solinger’s excellent Reproductive Politics: What Everyone Needs To Know:
First, that women have the right to manage their reproductive capacity, including
1. The right to decide whether to become a mother and when;
2. The right to primary culturally competent preventative health care;
3. The right to accurate information about sexuality and reproduction;
4. The right to accurate contraceptive information;
5. The right and access to safe, respectful, and affordable contraceptive materials and services;
6. The right to abortion and access to full information about safe, respectful, affordable abortion services;
7. The right to and equal access to the benefits of and information about the potential risks of reproductive technology.
Second, that women have the right to adequate information, resources, services and personal safety while pregnant, including
1. The right and access to safe, respectful, and affordable medical care during and after pregnancy including treatment for HIV/AIDS, drug and alcohol addiction, and other chronic conditions; and the right to seek medical care during pregnancy without fear of criminal prosecution or medical interventions against the pregnant woman’s will;
2. The right incarcerated women to safe and respectful care during and after pregnancy, including the right to give birth in a safe, respectful, medically appropriate environment;
3. The right and access to economic security, including the right to earn a living wage;
4. The right to physical safety, including the right to adequate housing and structural protections against rape and sexual violence;
5. The right to practice religion or not, freely and safely, so that authorities cannot coerce women to undergo medical interventions that conflict with their religious convictions;
6. The right to be pregnant in an environmentally safe context;
7. The right to decide among birthing options and access to those services.
Finally, a woman has the right to be the parent of her child, which includes
1. The right to economic resources sufficient to be a parent, including the right to earn a living wage;
2. The right to education and training in preparation for earning a living wage;
3. The right to decide whether or not to be the parent of the child one gives birth to;
4. The right to parent in a physically and environmentally safe context;
5. The right to leave work to care for newborns or others in need of care;
6. The right to affordable, high-quality child care.