Upcoming vote on European Parliament Report specifically dedicated to SRHR in almost 10 years is a milestone for reproductive freedom. A favorable vote will send a strong signal to the European Commission, EU Member States, as well as all European citizens, that MEPs are fully committed to protect and promote SRHR in the EU.
This guide provides governments with a roadmap for taking necessary measures to protect the rights of women and girls, who are disproportionately affected by the pandemic, especially those experiencing intersecting and persistent forms of discrimination.
In 2019-2024, we call on Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to ensure that all Europeans can lead free and safe private and family lives, in a society free from sexism and discrimination. This paper lays down the areas where the EU has internal competences and where MEPs have the power to act.
We can't achieve gender equality without having access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). This paper lays down the steps to be taken to counter future such attempts that seek to restrict reproductive freedom and gender equality.
In many countries, young people from marginalised groups most vulnerable to HIV are being harmed by high levels of violence, discrimination and stigma. Find out more about how we are empowering them and improving care.
Over the past two decades, great strides have been made in ensuring young people in Europe and Central Asia can develop crucial life skills through sexuality education. Find out more, including what governments still need to do, in our new analysis of the state of play in 25 countries.
The European Commission is currently preparing a proposal for its next multiannual budget (or the Multiannual Financial Framework, MFF), which will determine the EU’s annual spending from 2021 to 2027. Crucially for civil society, this is the first multiannual budget ...