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. It is designed to provide an overview of women’s and girls’ experience around accessing abortion care, to highlight current threats to their reproductive health and rights, to identify ‘best-fit’ practices and to stimulate further debate and research.
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.
Progress for sexual and reproductive rights has often come from the fearless mobilisation of activists. In our Moving History series, we look at key moments in the history of reproductive justice and consider their significance.
In 2019-2024, we call on Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to ensure that all Europeans can lead free and safe private and family lives, in a society free from sexism and discrimination. This paper lays down the areas where the EU has internal competences and where MEPs have the power to act.
We can't achieve gender equality without having access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). This paper lays down the steps to be taken to counter future such attempts that seek to restrict reproductive freedom and gender equality.
The Tajikistan Family Planning Association (TFPA) has pioneered a phone application that allows young people to gain crucial knowledge about modern contraception and sexually transmitted infections/HIV and connects them with health care providers.