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In 2014 IPPF launched 'I decide' a campaign for women's and girls' right to decide about their body, who they share their life with and the size of their family. We've come a long way but this is only the ...
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This report analyses how easily women in 16 EU countries can access modern contraceptives. It finds that overall, the situation in most countries has stagnated or worsened in recent years. The report’s findings are based on information about the national policy landscapes provided by national experts in each of the 16 countries.
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We call on national decision-makers to support the implementation of a comprehensive approach to contraceptive choice in the 16 countries within a broader sexual and reproductive health and rights agenda. This is fundamental to ensuring the wellbeing of all women and girls, particularly the most vulnerable.
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People with learning disabilities have a right to be protected from sexual violence and abuse, yet 90% of them will experience sexual abuse at some point in their life, most frequently from family members or others in their close circle. ...
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Romani women are among the most threatened groups and individuals in the EU. They face extreme levels of discrimination which is fuelled by very widespread stereotypes. As a result they find it difficult to access essential health care, education, and ...
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Open doors day and IPPF 60th anniversary reception for beneficiaries at St.Mary's Family Health Center in Yerevan, Armenia
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IPPF European Network's volunteers commemorate our 60th Anniversary
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An overview of abortion legislation across Europe and Central Asia in 2012, covering all countries where IPPF EN Member Associations are situated.
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The female genitals, aka the pussy, are largely invisible in historical, sexual and medical contexts. For a long time the sexual urge was believed to exist purely to ensure human reproduction, and women were generally considered incapable of feeling sexual ...