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Specialist training on sexuality education expands across Europe IPPF EN considers people with disabilities a highly vulnerable group needing special attention when it comes to sexual and reproductive health and rights. Member Associations have increasingly been called on to address ...
Widespread outcry against the Spanish conservative government’s plans to overturn current law on abortion On February 19th at the European Parliament, top politicians and dozens of civil society actors demanded that the Spanish conservative government withdraw its plans to severely ...
The reform of abortion law proposed by the Spanish Government is an insult to my dignity as a woman and a brutal setback to established rights. We women are not crazy, we are not victims and we are not incompetent. ...
IPPFEN joined over 2,000 protesters last night in support of Spanish women, demanding that the Spanish government respect human rights and scrap the proposed changes to the abortion law. Thousands gathered in front of the Spanish embassy and the European ...
Spain is moving closer and closer to a change that would be more restrictive than the current law on sexual and reproductive health and voluntary interruption of pregnancy, which established a system based on time limits. Spain’s ruling Partido Popular ...
Across the city at Poraka's Day Centre for adults, the light-filled central room, with its open- plan kitchen and large work tables, is a hive of activity. The Centre aims to help users to be more independent in their daily ...