Our peer-reviewed and published white paper on Fair Start family planning reform can be found here. Our argument for Fair Start family planning as the dominant human right that overrides conflicting interests is here. Please also visit our FAQs, or read our draft Political Theory of Change. Future research will explore how Fair Start can be implemented through narrow parental licensing schemes, a more conditional right to have children, as well as tradeable family planning credit systems. Read a helpful bibliography here regarding the nuances of reproductive rights.