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Access to abortion care underpins women and girls’ reproductive health. And yet around Europe and Central Asia, they are faced with obstacles that threaten their safety, dignity and freedom.
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The COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences have endangered everyone’s health. But in almost all European countries, women have been particularly affected by a significant restriction in access to sexual and reproductive health care, and abortion care in particular.
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Italian activists' efforts pay off as Health Ministry promises to ease access to medical abortion. In pictures.
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Governments and the international community should work to safeguard the right of women and girls to lead free and safe reproductive lives without discrimination and coercion.
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This guide provides governments with a roadmap for taking necessary measures to protect the rights of women and girls, who are disproportionately affected by the pandemic, especially those experiencing intersecting and persistent forms of discrimination.
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Read our asks towards the EU and Member States on how to safeguard reproductive freedom in their responses to COVID-19.
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The adoption of this Strategy shows the political leadership and commitment of the Commission to promote gender equality within and outside the EU.
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An overview of how COVID-19 is endangering the sexual and reproductive health and safety of women and girls and vulnerable people across Europe and our asks towards governments and the European Union.
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The Survey looks at the relevant legislation on abortion care in 42 countries, but crucially it also explores how these laws are interpreted by providers and experienced by women and girls.
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Cotonou Partnership Agreement (CPA) between the European Union (EU) and the group of 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries will expire in February 2020. Currently, a new agreement is being negotiated.