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A documentary on teenage mothers in Romania, entitled "Let`s Talk about Sex", will be shown on Arte Regards on Wednesday 15 November at 14:00 (CET). Romania and Bulgaria have the highest percentage of teenage mothers in the EU. Nearly one ...
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The Youth-in-Power Youth Strategy is a powerful tool for young activists working on empowering their peers and advocating on behalf of the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people in Europe and Central Asia. IPPF EN's youth network ...
The town of Kazanlak, at the foot of the Balkan Mountains, is the centre of Bulgaria’s famous rose oil industry. Maria Gineva and Veska Marakjieva run four centres there for young people with special needs, including learning disabilities. Both have ...
The Sofia Declaration of Committment On 27 May, 150 ministers and government officials, parliamentarians, civil society leaders, youth activists, and experts from Eastern Europe and Central Asia gathered in Sofia to call for people and their rights to be at ...
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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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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 ...