Your Guide to Abortion Laws Around the World
This article has several maps showing abortion and contraception laws in every country.
For abortion laws, there are three categories: “Abortion is legal regardless of reason,” “All abortion prohibited without exception,” and “Abortion is permitted under one or more exceptions.”
In the U.S. (even though some states are still living in the 1800s), Canada, South Africa and most of Europe: abortion is legal regardless of reason. (If you scroll further down, there’s a guide to American abortion laws in each state.)
In Europe, the exceptions are Spain, Portugal, Poland, Finland, the U.K., Iceland, Serbia, Switzerland and Moldova. In these countries, abortion is permitted only under certain exceptions.
What I found surprising: in most of the former Soviet republics of Central Asia — whose populations are almost entirely Muslim — abortion is legal regardless of reason.
In most of Asia, Africa and Latin America: Abortion is permitted only under certain exceptions.
And the following countries prohibit any and all abortion, period, no exceptions: Honduras, Nicaragua, Chile, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Mauritania, Senegal, Gabon, Central African Republic, Congo, Angola, Somalia and Madagascar.
If I’m counting correctly, that makes thirteen countries where America’s snake-handling fetus-worshipers can emigrate to if they think the United States is too secular.
Further down the page, the linked article also shows the contraception laws in every country.