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Join IPPF EN and the ‘All of Us mobilizing for choice’ campaign for a debate on women’s access to modern contraceptive choice in the EU. The event will take place on September 22nd from 14:00 to 16:00 in Room PHS ...
Latvian NGOs are concerned about information censorship in schools after the recent approval by the country’s Parliament of amendments to the national Education Law. Civil society activists say the decision violates children rights and poses a security threat. The so-called ...
IPPF Swedish member association RFSU welcomes the ground breaking new European case law to protect women’s reproductive health in Sweden.The European Social Charter,a key Human Rights Treaty for all women in Europe, does not entitle health professionals in Sweden to ...
BELFAST is this week playing host to a global gathering of sexual and reproductive health experts. It is the first time the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s European Network has held its annual member meeting, the regional council, in Northern Ireland. ...
The Finnish government is currently examining a Programme containing plans to cut funding allocated to development cooperation by over €200 million in early 2016. The Programme will reduce the total amount of development cooperation funding from €1.01 billion in 2015 ...
On 11 June, the European Parliament adopted an urgent resolution calling for action relating to the case of a 10 year-old girl in Paraguay who became pregnant after being raped by her stepfather and is being refused access to abortion. ...
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 ...
By FPFE , IPPF's Spanish Member Association. On 14 April, Spain’s Parliament voted to accept for debate a proposed amendment to the country’s abortion law that would oblige 16 and 17 year olds who decide to have an abortion to ...
Around the globe, women and girls continue to have subordinate status, fewer opportunities and lower income. They have less control over resources, and typically wield less power than men and boys. Inequality is deeply rooted - it’s fed by traditional ...
Gender equality will only be achieved in Europe and Central Asia when women and girls are able to realize their sexual and reproductive health and rights, the International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network (IPPF EN) said to mark International Women's ...