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FPA (IPPF’s Member Association in the UK) is partnering with Brook to promote a campaign for Sexual Health Week called “XES – We can’t go backwards”. The message is: contraceptive rights, choice and access are all being eroded in the ...
We've had a couple of people from Central Office visiting Caracas to find out about, and photograph, PLAFAM's work (and in particular the theatre/education project Improsexual). One of the statistics they found particularly startling was that out of every ten ...
Here’s Roger. He sent someone a text saying “I’m very much in love w/u”. Which was a very nice sentiment, simply put. I’d be quite touched to receive it. Wouldn’t you?Unfortunately, the police in Cameroon weren’t at all touched by ...
International Day of Action for the Decriminalization of AbortionOn 28 September, IPPF joins human rights and pro-choice advocates across the world for the ‘International Day of Action for the Decriminalization of Abortion’. To ensure the highest standard in women’s health ...
The London Summit on Family Planning: they came, they talked, they committed. Now all those commitments are in print, in a DFID document released today. The commitments come from 10 donor countries, 6 foundations, 19 developing countries, 21 civil society ...
Interested in a major research role at IPPF? Read on.IPPF is a pioneer in the field of promoting Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and the provision of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services which are fully and freely accessible to young ...
Congratulations to the Planned Parenthood Association of Zambia (PPAZ) which is just celebrating its 40th anniversary. A real milestone.One of PPAZ’s key successes over the years has been its capacity to forge effective, complementary partnerships with government (including the ministries ...
Is it possible to answer the question “Sexual Health and Rights in Africa: Where are We?” in the space of four days? Possibly not, but IPPF Member Association NAPPA (the Namibia Planned Parenthood Federation) is going to make a serious ...
A note on 2012 David Kato Vision and Voice Award winner Maurice Tomlinson's visit to Uganda earlier this month.On August 4th, he was International Grand Marshal at a truly historic event – Uganda’s first ever pride celebration. It was in ...
Twelve days left until nominations close for the David Kato Vision and Voice Award.The criteria are simple: we’re looking for an inspirational individual who has demonstrated courage and outstanding leadership in advocating for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender ...