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Launch of factsheets by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan

The All Party Oireachtas Interest Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Development, of which the IFPA is the Secretariat, has developed a set of factsheets on the importance of sexual and reproductive health and rights for the post-2015 global development agenda — the Sustainabl

Vacancy: Practice Nurse

The IFPA is currently recruiting a part-time Practice Nurse for our clinic in Tallaght, Dublin 24.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop practice nursing skills. The role would suit either an experienced nurse or a nurse looking to move into practice nursing.

Irish Family Planning Association Calls on all Parties to Commit to Repeal of Art 40.3.3

The IFPA, as Ireland's leading provider of pregnancy counselling, has called on all political parties to commit to repeal Article 40.3.3. of the Constitution to allow for legal abortion services in Ireland.

Had Unprotected Sex? What Next...

Had Unprotected Sex? What Next... is a new infographic from the IFPA for young people who may have had unprotected sex.

Women Urged to 'Share the Wisdom’ about Cervical Screening

Women are being urged to ‘share the wisdom’ with their female loved ones that regular smear tests can prevent cervical cancer.

IFPA Newsletter February 2015

Our February newsletter is out! Read the current issue here and sign up to receive future newsletters here.

Right to Travel Not Reality for all Women

Many women in Ireland experience huge challenges in trying to travel out of the State for an abortion.

UN Human Rights Committee & Ireland's Abortion Laws

In July 2014, the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Committee conducted its fourth periodic review of Ireland.

World’s 1.8 Billion Youth Has Power to Transform Future if States Invest in Education and Health, UNFPA Report Shows

The world’s largest ever youth population has the power to transform countries’ futures and propel development, provided states invest in education and health.

Investing in Bolivia’s Most Vulnerable Youth

Centro de Investigación, Educación y Servicios (CIES) is Ireland's Bolivian partner organisation. CIES provides high quality sexual and reproductive health information and services to some of Bolivia's most vulnerable young people.

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