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Nine NGOs and youth advocates came together to ask decision makers to put girl's rights at the heart of the EU-Africa partnership.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on access to and enjoyment of sexual and reproductive health services and rights. But IPPF members' resilience shined through. These are stories from Bulgaria, Serbia, Ireland and Estonia.
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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.
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If we want to achieve climate justice, sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender equality have to be prioritised.
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Digitalisation and sexual and reproductive health and rights can strengthen one another.
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Covid-19 didn’t stop us! This year, we did things slightly differently, we’ll did it the youth’s way! To mark the International Day of the Girl our coalition of nine Civil Society Organisations joined forces bringing together a group of 30 young advocates, from Europe and Africa, who connected online to share their recommendations with European Union decision-makers.
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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.
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IPPF EN is fighting with and for young people so that they have the chance to develop the life skills needed to foster healthier and safer relationships, based on equality and respect.
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In the EU all young women are free to decide about their own bodies, lives and futures. Or are they? It depends on where they live and how much money they have.
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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.