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Today in Brussels, the European Parliament expressed its strong support for sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender equality, and the empowerment of women, youth and children. In a binding Committee vote this evening on the EU’s future Neighbourhood, Development ...
IPPF is continuing its decades’ work on reproductive freedom by building a global campaign that speaks for women and girls around the world and highlights the need for women to lead safe and dignified lives, free from coercion.
We are proud to join more than 100 MEPs, activists and NGOs in calling on the EU and its Member States to resist reproductive coercion in Europe and ensure free and safe lives for all. Find out more about the All of Us call to action.
Global gag rule impact for IPPF is a life or death situation for clients The impact for people receiving care from member associations of the International Planned Parenthood Federation around the world is devastating. A total of 29 countries are ...
By sexual health charity FPA, our member association in the UK - "Following the General Election, the Conservative Party is forming a Government with the support of the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). This has rightly focused public attention ...
On 8 May, IPPF launched its global I Decide 2017 campaign calling for universal and equitable access to contraception. Our Federation united to illustrate that family planning programs cannot leave any woman, man or young person behind. The world’s poorest ...
To be free to make your own choices, you need quality information and you need to know your rights. On International Women's Day our French member Le Planning Familial launched their campaign "Libres de nos Choix", a wonderful digital platform ...
On 23 January 2017 President Trump signed an executive order reinstating the Global Gag Rule, or the Mexico City Policy. The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) believes in the right of every individual to decide about their own health and ...
BRUSSELS, JANUARY 20: Thousands of women, men and children are set to attend the Lights for Rights March in Brussels today in solidarity with the women’s march in Washington. This unprecedented attack on women’s rights across Europe and worldwide is ...
In solidarity with those fighting for women’s rights and social justice around the world, join us to light a candle on Place de la Monnaie on January 20 at 5pm.