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Latest resources from across the federation and our partners

Spotlight

A selection of resources from across the Federation

come together
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Come Together: IPPF Strategy 2028

6 May 2015

Strategy 2028 is about changing IPPF so it is well equipped to uphold SRHR for those who are left out, locked out or left behind.
Elise and Toby
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| 21 February 2018

Relationships and Sex Education is changing in the UK

Current UK guidelines on relationships and sex education (RSE) haven’t changed since 2000; a review is long overdue. In 2020 relationships and sex education will become compulsory in schools in England.    Studies have shown that well-designed and well-taught sex education can support positive sexual health outcomes, such as reducing teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection rates. Brook and FPA volunteers want more than that – they want to see issues like consent, support, and mutual respect included and discussed in an open, frank and positive way. Photography © IPPF/Laura Lewis

Elise and Toby
Resource

| 21 February 2018

Relationships and Sex Education is changing in the UK

Current UK guidelines on relationships and sex education (RSE) haven’t changed since 2000; a review is long overdue. In 2020 relationships and sex education will become compulsory in schools in England.    Studies have shown that well-designed and well-taught sex education can support positive sexual health outcomes, such as reducing teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection rates. Brook and FPA volunteers want more than that – they want to see issues like consent, support, and mutual respect included and discussed in an open, frank and positive way. Photography © IPPF/Laura Lewis

2017 London family planning summit
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| 24 July 2017

2017 London Family Planning Summit

To reinforce the commitments made during the 2012 Family Planning summit, donors, governments and civil society gathered at the 2017 London Family Planning Summit, organised by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

2017 London family planning summit
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| 24 July 2017

2017 London Family Planning Summit

To reinforce the commitments made during the 2012 Family Planning summit, donors, governments and civil society gathered at the 2017 London Family Planning Summit, organised by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Gates
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| 16 July 2017

Gates Foundation co-hosts 2017 Family Planning Summit

In this video Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the 2017 London Family Planning Summit and the next steps to take to advance Family Planning progress

Gates
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| 16 July 2017

Gates Foundation co-hosts 2017 Family Planning Summit

In this video Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the 2017 London Family Planning Summit and the next steps to take to advance Family Planning progress

Will Niblett, DFID
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| 16 July 2017

DFID at 2017 Family Planning Summit

In 2012, the Family Planning 2020 partnership was created during the London Family Planning co-hosted by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2017, the global champions come together again to ensure that steps are taken so that all women and girls can be free to decide about their body and future.  

Will Niblett, DFID
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| 16 July 2017

DFID at 2017 Family Planning Summit

In 2012, the Family Planning 2020 partnership was created during the London Family Planning co-hosted by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2017, the global champions come together again to ensure that steps are taken so that all women and girls can be free to decide about their body and future.  

Packard funding project in Benin
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| 05 May 2016

IPPF funds youth-led projects to tackle abortion stigma

As part of our work in tackling abortion stigma, IPPF awards small grants to young people to create projects that would tackle the issue of abortion stigma in their communities. In 2015, small grants were awarded to promising projects submitted by young people in Ghana, Palestine, Spain, Macedonia and Nepal. In 2017, a further six grants were awarded to young people in Guinea, Kenya, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone and Venezuela. In 2019 five more grants were awarded to youth-led projects in Albania, Colombia, Nigeria, Spain and Tanzania. These documents give more information about what these projects set out to do, their methods and the results.

Packard funding project in Benin
Resource

| 05 May 2016

IPPF funds youth-led projects to tackle abortion stigma

As part of our work in tackling abortion stigma, IPPF awards small grants to young people to create projects that would tackle the issue of abortion stigma in their communities. In 2015, small grants were awarded to promising projects submitted by young people in Ghana, Palestine, Spain, Macedonia and Nepal. In 2017, a further six grants were awarded to young people in Guinea, Kenya, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone and Venezuela. In 2019 five more grants were awarded to youth-led projects in Albania, Colombia, Nigeria, Spain and Tanzania. These documents give more information about what these projects set out to do, their methods and the results.

Elise and Toby
Resource

| 21 February 2018

Relationships and Sex Education is changing in the UK

Current UK guidelines on relationships and sex education (RSE) haven’t changed since 2000; a review is long overdue. In 2020 relationships and sex education will become compulsory in schools in England.    Studies have shown that well-designed and well-taught sex education can support positive sexual health outcomes, such as reducing teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection rates. Brook and FPA volunteers want more than that – they want to see issues like consent, support, and mutual respect included and discussed in an open, frank and positive way. Photography © IPPF/Laura Lewis

Elise and Toby
Resource

| 21 February 2018

Relationships and Sex Education is changing in the UK

Current UK guidelines on relationships and sex education (RSE) haven’t changed since 2000; a review is long overdue. In 2020 relationships and sex education will become compulsory in schools in England.    Studies have shown that well-designed and well-taught sex education can support positive sexual health outcomes, such as reducing teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection rates. Brook and FPA volunteers want more than that – they want to see issues like consent, support, and mutual respect included and discussed in an open, frank and positive way. Photography © IPPF/Laura Lewis

2017 London family planning summit
Resource

| 24 July 2017

2017 London Family Planning Summit

To reinforce the commitments made during the 2012 Family Planning summit, donors, governments and civil society gathered at the 2017 London Family Planning Summit, organised by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

2017 London family planning summit
Resource

| 24 July 2017

2017 London Family Planning Summit

To reinforce the commitments made during the 2012 Family Planning summit, donors, governments and civil society gathered at the 2017 London Family Planning Summit, organised by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Gates
Resource

| 16 July 2017

Gates Foundation co-hosts 2017 Family Planning Summit

In this video Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the 2017 London Family Planning Summit and the next steps to take to advance Family Planning progress

Gates
Resource

| 16 July 2017

Gates Foundation co-hosts 2017 Family Planning Summit

In this video Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the 2017 London Family Planning Summit and the next steps to take to advance Family Planning progress

Will Niblett, DFID
Resource

| 16 July 2017

DFID at 2017 Family Planning Summit

In 2012, the Family Planning 2020 partnership was created during the London Family Planning co-hosted by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2017, the global champions come together again to ensure that steps are taken so that all women and girls can be free to decide about their body and future.  

Will Niblett, DFID
Resource

| 16 July 2017

DFID at 2017 Family Planning Summit

In 2012, the Family Planning 2020 partnership was created during the London Family Planning co-hosted by the UK Department for International Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2017, the global champions come together again to ensure that steps are taken so that all women and girls can be free to decide about their body and future.  

Packard funding project in Benin
Resource

| 05 May 2016

IPPF funds youth-led projects to tackle abortion stigma

As part of our work in tackling abortion stigma, IPPF awards small grants to young people to create projects that would tackle the issue of abortion stigma in their communities. In 2015, small grants were awarded to promising projects submitted by young people in Ghana, Palestine, Spain, Macedonia and Nepal. In 2017, a further six grants were awarded to young people in Guinea, Kenya, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone and Venezuela. In 2019 five more grants were awarded to youth-led projects in Albania, Colombia, Nigeria, Spain and Tanzania. These documents give more information about what these projects set out to do, their methods and the results.

Packard funding project in Benin
Resource

| 05 May 2016

IPPF funds youth-led projects to tackle abortion stigma

As part of our work in tackling abortion stigma, IPPF awards small grants to young people to create projects that would tackle the issue of abortion stigma in their communities. In 2015, small grants were awarded to promising projects submitted by young people in Ghana, Palestine, Spain, Macedonia and Nepal. In 2017, a further six grants were awarded to young people in Guinea, Kenya, Nepal, Puerto Rico, Sierra Leone and Venezuela. In 2019 five more grants were awarded to youth-led projects in Albania, Colombia, Nigeria, Spain and Tanzania. These documents give more information about what these projects set out to do, their methods and the results.