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Four new key pledges were revealed, covering areas such as comprehensive sexuality education, abortion care, and the fight against discriminatory laws covering sexual identity and gender expression.
IPPF urges all Member States to make meaningful, measurable national commitments in Nairobi to increase access to safe and legal abortion, in accordance with their legal obligations under international human rights law.
We are writing to express our support for HIV2020: An Alternative to AIDS2020. The HIV2020 Alliance has formed as an alliance of global key population-led networks, networks of people living with HIV and treatment activists and allies, to organise an alternative event to the 2020 International AIDS Conference.
IPPF’s Director General has led the global Federation in paying tribute to the pioneering work of the late Professor Fred Sai, who dedicated over fifty years to championing the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls.
A cross-partner coalition, led by IPPF, Marie Stopes International, Ipas, PSI and SAAF, launch SafeAccess, the first digital platform of its kind, working to eliminate unsafe abortion by putting evidence-based guidance in the hands of frontline practitioners and policy makers.
IPPF is a proud sponsor, session organiser and participant of Women Deliver 2019 Global Conference (WD2019). Through its participation IPPF will convey the message, ‘There is no Gender Equality without Sexual and Reproductive Rights’ in a series of panel discussions and events concerning medical abortion, contraceptives, gender based violence and sexual and reproductive health.
Women and girls must have the information, knowledge, and ability to make the best choices for themselves about their sexual and reproductive lives. Women and girls at increased risk of acquiring HIV are no exception. When a woman can choose ...
IPPF Director-General Dr Alvaro Bermejo and China’s Vice Premier Madam Sun Chunlan have met in Beijing to discuss the changes in family planning and population policy in China and the direction of a new partnership between IPPF and China.
IPPF welcomes the announcement by the UK’s Department for International Development that an IPPF-led consortium has been selected within the UK Aid Connect programme under the theme of promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
IPPF has developed a new comprehensive Business Plan as a clear roadmap to accelerate delivery of its Strategic Framework (2016-2022).