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Why is upholding sexual rights for all people is a priority of IPPF? How do IPPF staff and volunteers protect, defend and promote sexual rights, globally? With first person experiences and scenarios, the film explains IPPF's Declaration of Sexual Rights, our approach to service delivery and human rights-based advocacy.
Lack of information, supplies and services related to sexual and reproductive health change the future for young Zambian women and men.
Far too many of the 1.5 billion young people in the world today have little or no access to contraceptives, condoms or the information that would help them make decisions about their sexual lives, as this film shows.
Even before Cyclone Winston, there was very little knowledge about contraception and sexually transmitted infections in Fiji. IPPF health professionals are now providing the affected population with counselling and advice on family planning and sexual health.
In 2014 IPPF launched 'I decide' a campaign for women's and girls' right to decide about their body, who they share their life with and the size of their family.
We've come a long way but this is only the beginning. In 2015 decisions on the UN Development Goals are going to be taken and these will last 15 years. Help ensure women's and girls' right to decide their own future are included in this agenda.