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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.

Human Rights Intern Vacancy

We are currently recruiting a Human Rights Intern to support the IFPA’s work on access to sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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.

Sexual Health Training 2015

We are now taking bookings for our one-day sexual health training next year which takes place on 9th February 2015 in Dublin city centre.

IFPA Newsletter September 2014

Our quarterly newsletter is out! We have updates and news about our sexual health and medical training, human rights advocacy work, and more.

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.

Ireland’s restrictive abortion laws once again under international spotlight

Ireland’s restrictive abortion laws will once again be under international scrutiny when they are examined this week (14-15 July 2014) in Geneva by the United Nations Human Rights Committee in its formal review of Ireland under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (

Release of UK Abortion Statistics for 2013

Figures published by the UK Department of Health on the number of women in Ireland who accessed UK abortion services last year are a modern indictment of the State’s treatment of women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancies.

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