News

Displaying 1 - 10 of 10

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) warmly welcomes the immediate response being made by European governments to protect and defend women’s rights following the reinstatement of the United States Global Gag Rule. “I am proud to see European governments unambiguously ...
On 23 January 2017 President Trump signed an executive order reinstating the Global Gag Rule, or the Mexico City Policy. The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) believes in the right of every individual to decide about their own health and ...
BRUSSELS, JANUARY 20: Thousands of women, men and children are set to attend the Lights for Rights March in Brussels today in solidarity with the women’s march in Washington. This unprecedented attack on women’s rights across Europe and worldwide is ...
In solidarity with those fighting for women’s rights and social justice around the world, join us to light a candle on Place de la Monnaie on January 20 at 5pm.
Today, on December 3, the UN celebrates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The theme for this year’s International Day is “ Achieving 17 Goals for the Future We Want ” . This theme notes the recent adoption of ...
IPPF EN, alongside partner organisations based in Brussels, participated in the annual European week of Action for Girls from 10-14 October. The European Week of Action for Girls is an annual week-long event which aims to ensure that girls’ empowerment ...
"The cross-cutting nature of sexual and reproductive health and rights is reflected in the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and must now also guide governments’ implementation efforts. There is no one size fits all approach to implementing the 2030 Agenda," writes ...
Across Europe, we are watching in horror as your parliament tries to take away your fundamental human rights. We condemn this attack on your freedom to make choices. We support your efforts to stop this terrible ban on abortion and ...
The campaign from France aims to highlight that some women still have to go to drastic measures to stop unwanted pregnancies.
In June 2013, the Republic of Macedonia’s Parliament rushed through a restrictive new law on the termination of pregnancy. This month, the Constitutional Court refused an appeal by civil society organisations and human rights groups. The majority of Constitutional judges ...