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IPPF EN and its members were very busy over World Contraception Day! IPPF EN released four videos on contraception based on interviews with young people: How many unintended pregnancies are there globally? Can you name these contraceptives? Can you put ...
In honour of World Contraception Day, our Swedish Member Association, RFSU asked NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration to send a condom to outer space. That's not because they fear that aliens will travel to earth and have unprotected ...
The campaign from France aims to highlight that some women still have to go to drastic measures to stop unwanted pregnancies.
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 ...
The International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network photographs were published in the Guardian's Development Professionals Network. The photographs of women and girls all over the world illustrate each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs ). The exhibition was part ...
On 2 June 2016, a new alliance of organizations dedicated to building support for choice and dignity for all in Europe was launched at the European Parliament. High Ground: The Alliance for Choice and Dignity in Europe was formed to ...
IPPF EN member associations in Romania and Kyrgyzstan discuss the importance of Comprehensive Sexuality Education for empowering young people, preventing STIs and unplanned pregnancies, and stopping abuse and stigma on the Guardian Development Professionals Network. Click to read the full ...
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 ...
Today, at the United Nations Commission on Population and Development (CPD), governments from across the world renewed their commitment to realising the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action to improve the lives of women and girls. ...