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Women Urged to 'Share the Wisdom’ about Cervical Screening

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

One Day Sexual Health Training

Our one day sexual health training takes place on 9th February in Dublin. This popular training covers the basics of sexual and reproductive health.

IFPA Newsletter December 2014

Our December newsletter is out!

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.

IFPA at Repeal the Eighth Conference

In September, the IFPA participated in a conference which brought together a broad range of organisations, academics, medical providers and activists to discuss the building of a coalition to campaign for a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment from the Constitution.

FGM Treatment Service Leaflet

An easy to read information leaflet is now available on the FGM Treatment Service at the IFPA Everywoman Centre in Dublin city centre.

IFPA Statement

The IFPA is unable to comment on the specifics of recent media reports concerning the case of a young woman who sought an abortion because of the confidentiality of our counselling service.

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