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Citizens’ Assembly will not fulfill Government’s human rights obligations

The forthcoming Citizens' Assembly is not a sufficient measure to bring Ireland’s abortion laws into compliance with human rights standards.

Reduced STI screening for students

For the month of September, we're offering all students a reduced rate for a full screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

Looking to hire therapy rooms?

The IFPA has two dedicated therapy rooms available for hire from October 2016 in our Dublin city centre clinic.

DCU logo Launch of First University Programme on Sexuality and Sexual Health Education

The IFPA and Dublin City University have partnered to develop and deliver Ireland's first university programme on sexuality and sexual health education, which will commence in September 2017.

UN: Ireland's abortion laws subjected woman to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment

The UN Human Rights Committee has ruled that Ireland's abortion laws subjected a woman to discrimination and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.

Know it, own it! Your sexual rights matter Know It, Own It: Your Sexual Rights Matter

Know It, Own It: Your Sexual Rights Matter is a new global campaign calling for better quality comprehensive sexuality education (CSE).

Online abortion pills impact UK statistics

The IFPA has said that UK abortion figures for 2015 do not reflect the actual number of women and girls in Ireland who have abortions.

UN criticisms of Ireland’s abortion laws triple

The IFPA has called on the Government to clarify how it intends to reform Ireland’s abortion laws following renewed criticism by UN member states.

Sexual Health Training

Our next one-day sexual health training takes place on 15th September.

Campaign launch thumbnail Ask your pharmacist for sexual health advice

A new campaign of the Irish Pharmacy Union, supported by the IFPA, is encouraging people to ask their pharmacist for advice about their sexual health and contraceptive needs.

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