IPPF European Network is breaking down barriers to contraceptive freedom, helping to ensure that all people can lead safe and dignified reproductive lives.
“I came to the FPFE youth centre for the first time a few months ago for information about emergency contraception, and I really liked how they treated me: the centre was anonymous, and I didn’t need an appointment. …I think that all young people should approach youth centres to get information and answers to their questions so that they can avoid taking risks and enjoy their sexuality more.”
21-year-old woman supported by FPFE Spain
Before using the app, she thought STIs could only be caught by sex workers or people lacking morals, and that something like that could never happen to her or to her close friends. But now she realises that it can happen to anyone, even by accident. Now she tries to understand people who might have an STI.
Young person in Tajikistan recounting an interview with a 19-year old woman as part of TFPA’s project
Our work outside Europe
We advocate for universal access to contraception care worldwide.
More on our work outside Europe.