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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 ...
IPPF EN have been featured in a series by NBC News on Europe's Abortion Fight. "ROME — Getting an abortion in Italy may be legal, but finding a doctor willing to perform one is anything but easy. Conscientious objection means ...
Italy is violating women’s rights to health according to a new statement by the Council of Europe. The Council’s Social Rights Committee has found that women in Italy continue to encounter ‘significant difficulty’ in accessing abortion, even though abortion has ...
IPPF EN has joined a call to action to support the rights of Polish women, severely threatened by the proposition of a revised anti-abortion law. The draft proposition has been endorsed by the Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and the leader ...
IPPF EN has joined a call to action to support the rights of Polish women, severely threatened by the proposition of a revised anti-abortion law. The draft proposition has been endorsed by the Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and the leader ...
IPPF EN welcomes the adoption of a report on the situation of women refugees and asylum seekers in the EU. The report authored by Mary Honeyball MEP, calls for the protection of the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of ...
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, IPPF EN underlines the importance of ensuring that emergency strategies and responses include Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). Three fifths of maternal deaths occur in humanitarian crises, making SRHR for many refugee women, a matter of life and death.
We would like to express our solidarity with our Spanish member Federación de Planificación Familiar Estatal (Spanish Federation of Family Planning) that have been attacked for defending women’s sexual and reproductive rights and persecuted on the basis of false accusations ...
The European Parliament Working Group on Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, and Development (EPWG), UNFPA and IPPF EN presented the 2015 UNFPA State of the World Population Report, entitled “Shelter from the Storm: A transformative agenda for women and girls in a ...
By Velimir Saveski, volunteer at H.E.R.A Two years ago, the National Parliament in Macedonia, adopted the Law on Termination of Pregnancy. The new abortion law discriminates against girls and women because of many restrictive aspects such as the submission of ...