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IPPF EN, alongside partner organisations based in Brussels, participated in the annual European week of Action for Girls from 10-14 October. The European Week of Action for Girls is an annual week-long event which aims to ensure that girls’ empowerment ...
"The cross-cutting nature of sexual and reproductive health and rights is reflected in the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and must now also guide governments’ implementation efforts. There is no one size fits all approach to implementing the 2030 Agenda," writes ...
Across Europe, we are watching in horror as your parliament tries to take away your fundamental human rights. We condemn this attack on your freedom to make choices. We support your efforts to stop this terrible ban on abortion and ...
Thousands of women took to the streets of Poland on #BlackMonday to protest against a draft law that would limit access to legal abortion “Going to [the proposed] total ban would be something really odious, and something that would make ...
It is hard to believe that in 2016, we are still fighting for a woman’s right to bodily autonomy, but the unfortunate truth is that the situation for women across much of Europe has stagnated, or even worsened, writes IPPF ...
IPPF EN hosted a screening of the award-winning documentary, Vessel , ahead of Global Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion . The documentary follows the true story of Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, a pioneer in providing safe ...
IPPF EN and its members were very busy over World Contraception Day! IPPF EN released four videos on contraception based on interviews with young people: How many unintended pregnancies are there globally? Can you name these contraceptives? Can you put ...
In honour of World Contraception Day, our Swedish Member Association, RFSU asked NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration to send a condom to outer space. That's not because they fear that aliens will travel to earth and have unprotected ...
The campaign from France aims to highlight that some women still have to go to drastic measures to stop unwanted pregnancies.
In Italy, it has been nearly 40 years since abortion was legalised—confirmed in a referendum by the Catholic-majority populace—but the system for providing abortions has been deemed so severely flawed that both women and doctors are suffering. Irene Donadio, a ...