Europe

RFSU launched a digital campaign on abortion rights

RFSU (The Swedish association for Sexuality Education) launched a digital campaign on abortion rights. The aim was to show how abortion rights is closely interlinked to development and the possibility to decide over one’s own body, future and health. We asked well known influencers (persons on social medias with a big following), organisations and politicians […]

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Abortion in Croatia – the protest

*As shared by local partner Udruga PaRiter We refuse to engage with the right-wing organizations on the discussion “when does life begin”. Because of that, this Global Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion we will mark it with a complete change in the strategy. On Thursday, 28th of September at 18 hours, […]

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Romania: “SEXed Talk, Invitation to Debate”

WHAT: Debate on the hot issue of teen mothers, sexuality education – or lack thereof – in schools & other related topics, as part of the “SEXed Talk” campaign. WHY: #Romania ranks first in the EU in number of pregnant teens aged 15 -19*, 1 in 10 births and 1 in 10 abortions are registered […]

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Festival of Choice 2017

A celebration of feminist solidarity and prochoice activism across the world The Festival of Choice aims to raise awareness of threats to reproductive rights and the plight of those in countries around the world who do not have access to safe and legal abortion. The Festival also wishes to celebrate feminist solidarity and activism and […]

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Petition calling for access to abortion – Mobilisations throughout Europe around September 28

In solidarity with all European women, after the exemplary struggle of Spanish women in 2014 and Polish women in 2016, we demand that women’s rights, the right to control their own bodies, the right to abortion and to health are respected in all European countries and recognized as fundamental rights for equality in Europe.

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Festival of Choice

The London Festival of Choice aims to raise awareness of threats to reproductive rights and the plight of those in countries around the world who do not have access to safe and legal abortion.
The Festival also wishes to celebrate the solidarity and feminist activism and to strengthen and support the prochoice message, locally and globally.

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