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Member Associations

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association
member association

| 31 March 2016

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association

The Estonian Sexual Health Association (ESHA, formerly the Estonian Family Planning Association) is a non-governmental organization, which was founded in 1994. The goal of the ESHA is to improve and promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of the people living in Estonia. Since 1995 the ESHA is a member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and adheres to its policies. ESHA promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as defined on UN Cairo Conference of Population and Development (1994) and is committed among other aims to obtain equal rights for women, and to their empowerment. Main focus of activities is on youth SRHR education and sexual health counselling including HIV/AIDS prevention, but also a number of targeted programs have been carried out (addressing e.g. disabled people or victims of sexual violence). Information and educational materials to different target groups have been created and published as well as training courses in different issues have been carried out. Several media campaigns have been organised all over Estonia to target particular topic like intimate partner violence as an example. A network of youth counselling centres has been established all over Estonia which operates free of charge for young people up to 26 years of age under ESHA coordination. In 2003 ESHA opened Sexual Health Clinic to provide integrated sexual health services besides young people for adult target group as well. In addition, free SRHR Internet counselling for young people is provided through ESHA home page www.seksuaaltervis.ee. ESHA aims to continuously support school sexuality education especially in talking about ”difficult” topics, such as living together with people having HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive rights, sexual diversity, sexual orientation, sexuality in media, pornography, gender and sex, communication skills etc. ESHA has been providing such sex educational training for young people and also for parents and specialists working with youth in Estonia and also in other countries (Kyrgyzstan, Moldova). Contact: Instagram, Twitter, Website  

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association

The Estonian Sexual Health Association (ESHA, formerly the Estonian Family Planning Association) is a non-governmental organization, which was founded in 1994. The goal of the ESHA is to improve and promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of the people living in Estonia. Since 1995 the ESHA is a member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and adheres to its policies. ESHA promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as defined on UN Cairo Conference of Population and Development (1994) and is committed among other aims to obtain equal rights for women, and to their empowerment. Main focus of activities is on youth SRHR education and sexual health counselling including HIV/AIDS prevention, but also a number of targeted programs have been carried out (addressing e.g. disabled people or victims of sexual violence). Information and educational materials to different target groups have been created and published as well as training courses in different issues have been carried out. Several media campaigns have been organised all over Estonia to target particular topic like intimate partner violence as an example. A network of youth counselling centres has been established all over Estonia which operates free of charge for young people up to 26 years of age under ESHA coordination. In 2003 ESHA opened Sexual Health Clinic to provide integrated sexual health services besides young people for adult target group as well. In addition, free SRHR Internet counselling for young people is provided through ESHA home page www.seksuaaltervis.ee. ESHA aims to continuously support school sexuality education especially in talking about ”difficult” topics, such as living together with people having HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive rights, sexual diversity, sexual orientation, sexuality in media, pornography, gender and sex, communication skills etc. ESHA has been providing such sex educational training for young people and also for parents and specialists working with youth in Estonia and also in other countries (Kyrgyzstan, Moldova). Contact: Instagram, Twitter, Website  

Emma
member association

| 26 October 2022

EMMA

EMMA Association is a national women’s organization, which works for the fundamental rights and societal equality of women, focusing on sexual and reproductive health rights, and gender-based oppression and violence during the childbearing and childrearing period. EMMA believes that each woman deserves dignity, security, freedom and self-determination in every single moment of their lives regardless of their sexual orientation, ethnicity, age or socio-economical status. It recognize the empowering potential of peer-support, the transformative power of personal and collective recovery of traumas, and the need for nurturing reflection and resiliency both at personal and organisational levels. We live and look at the life of women in its complexity, therefore EMMA is committed to cooperate with other women’s organizations and groups for the advancement of women’s life, making solidarity a lived value. Contact: Facebook

Emma
member_association

| 26 October 2022

EMMA

EMMA Association is a national women’s organization, which works for the fundamental rights and societal equality of women, focusing on sexual and reproductive health rights, and gender-based oppression and violence during the childbearing and childrearing period. EMMA believes that each woman deserves dignity, security, freedom and self-determination in every single moment of their lives regardless of their sexual orientation, ethnicity, age or socio-economical status. It recognize the empowering potential of peer-support, the transformative power of personal and collective recovery of traumas, and the need for nurturing reflection and resiliency both at personal and organisational levels. We live and look at the life of women in its complexity, therefore EMMA is committed to cooperate with other women’s organizations and groups for the advancement of women’s life, making solidarity a lived value. Contact: Facebook

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania

The Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania (FPSHA) focuses on educational campaigns, advocacy and the protection of reproductive and sexual rights. The organization runs training courses for health personnel and teachers, and advocates for the introduction of sex education in the school curriculum. It collaborated with the Polish Member Association in designing a 'Preparation for Family Life' programme for schools, and it joined with the Danish Member Association in promoting and providing seminars for teachers. FPSHA’s youth group publishes a newsletter and has produced a video on contraceptive methods for young people. The Member Association as a whole co-operates actively with several women's non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in advocating for the introduction of legislation providing unrestricted access to reproductive health care and services. FPSHA also works closely with government departments to promote family planning and counselling as an integrated part of the country’s midwifery service.    

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania

The Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania (FPSHA) focuses on educational campaigns, advocacy and the protection of reproductive and sexual rights. The organization runs training courses for health personnel and teachers, and advocates for the introduction of sex education in the school curriculum. It collaborated with the Polish Member Association in designing a 'Preparation for Family Life' programme for schools, and it joined with the Danish Member Association in promoting and providing seminars for teachers. FPSHA’s youth group publishes a newsletter and has produced a video on contraceptive methods for young people. The Member Association as a whole co-operates actively with several women's non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in advocating for the introduction of legislation providing unrestricted access to reproductive health care and services. FPSHA also works closely with government departments to promote family planning and counselling as an integrated part of the country’s midwifery service.    

federa
member association

| 27 October 2022

FEDERA

FEDERA Foundation for Women and Family Planning (formerly the Federation) is a non-governmental organization operating since 1991, fighting for reproductive justice. FEDERA's mission is advocating for basic human rights, especially the right of women to decide freely whether and when to have children. In FEDERA’s opinion, the possibility to enjoy this right is for women a condition of self-determination, as well as the condition of equalizing the life opportunities of women and men. They are fulfilling our mission through: Providing assistance to women in access to legal abortion in Polish hospitals and providing information on access to abortion care abroad and medical abortion, Intervening in cases of women being refused access to medical services in the field of reproductive health, Providing expert advice via helplines in individual queries addressed by persons in need of access to SRH services, Initiating and supporting activities focusing on women’s right to conscious motherhood, Monitoring the state of reproductive rights, Preparing reports on women’s health and reproductive rights, Promoting knowledge about reproductive health, Advocating for the access to adequate quality of reproductive and sexual health services, Advocating for the liberalization and decriminalization of access to abortion, Promoting knowledge about international mechanisms of human rights protection, Applying to international human rights institutions with the aim of improving the state of human rights observance in Poland, including the right to health, Media campaigns. Contact: Facebook, Instagram.

federa
member_association

| 27 October 2022

FEDERA

FEDERA Foundation for Women and Family Planning (formerly the Federation) is a non-governmental organization operating since 1991, fighting for reproductive justice. FEDERA's mission is advocating for basic human rights, especially the right of women to decide freely whether and when to have children. In FEDERA’s opinion, the possibility to enjoy this right is for women a condition of self-determination, as well as the condition of equalizing the life opportunities of women and men. They are fulfilling our mission through: Providing assistance to women in access to legal abortion in Polish hospitals and providing information on access to abortion care abroad and medical abortion, Intervening in cases of women being refused access to medical services in the field of reproductive health, Providing expert advice via helplines in individual queries addressed by persons in need of access to SRH services, Initiating and supporting activities focusing on women’s right to conscious motherhood, Monitoring the state of reproductive rights, Preparing reports on women’s health and reproductive rights, Promoting knowledge about reproductive health, Advocating for the access to adequate quality of reproductive and sexual health services, Advocating for the liberalization and decriminalization of access to abortion, Promoting knowledge about international mechanisms of human rights protection, Applying to international human rights institutions with the aim of improving the state of human rights observance in Poland, including the right to health, Media campaigns. Contact: Facebook, Instagram.

SEDRA Logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

SEDRA Logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Belgium - Wallonie
member association

| 06 March 2018

Fédération Laïque de Centres de Planning Familial

The Fédération Francophone Belge pour le Planning Familial et l'Education Sexuelle serves Belgium's Wallonian community. It runs 42 centres, where it conducts training in family planning for health personnel, and an information and documentation centre. The organisation is prominent in the promotion of women’s sexual and reproductive health rights, and has organized a solidarity campaign for Algerian migrant women. Contact: Twitter    

Belgium - Wallonie
member_association

| 06 March 2018

Fédération Laïque de Centres de Planning Familial

The Fédération Francophone Belge pour le Planning Familial et l'Education Sexuelle serves Belgium's Wallonian community. It runs 42 centres, where it conducts training in family planning for health personnel, and an information and documentation centre. The organisation is prominent in the promotion of women’s sexual and reproductive health rights, and has organized a solidarity campaign for Algerian migrant women. Contact: Twitter    

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association
member association

| 31 March 2016

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association

The Estonian Sexual Health Association (ESHA, formerly the Estonian Family Planning Association) is a non-governmental organization, which was founded in 1994. The goal of the ESHA is to improve and promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of the people living in Estonia. Since 1995 the ESHA is a member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and adheres to its policies. ESHA promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as defined on UN Cairo Conference of Population and Development (1994) and is committed among other aims to obtain equal rights for women, and to their empowerment. Main focus of activities is on youth SRHR education and sexual health counselling including HIV/AIDS prevention, but also a number of targeted programs have been carried out (addressing e.g. disabled people or victims of sexual violence). Information and educational materials to different target groups have been created and published as well as training courses in different issues have been carried out. Several media campaigns have been organised all over Estonia to target particular topic like intimate partner violence as an example. A network of youth counselling centres has been established all over Estonia which operates free of charge for young people up to 26 years of age under ESHA coordination. In 2003 ESHA opened Sexual Health Clinic to provide integrated sexual health services besides young people for adult target group as well. In addition, free SRHR Internet counselling for young people is provided through ESHA home page www.seksuaaltervis.ee. ESHA aims to continuously support school sexuality education especially in talking about ”difficult” topics, such as living together with people having HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive rights, sexual diversity, sexual orientation, sexuality in media, pornography, gender and sex, communication skills etc. ESHA has been providing such sex educational training for young people and also for parents and specialists working with youth in Estonia and also in other countries (Kyrgyzstan, Moldova). Contact: Instagram, Twitter, Website  

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Eesti Seksuaaltervise Liit / Estonian Sexual Health Association

The Estonian Sexual Health Association (ESHA, formerly the Estonian Family Planning Association) is a non-governmental organization, which was founded in 1994. The goal of the ESHA is to improve and promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of the people living in Estonia. Since 1995 the ESHA is a member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and adheres to its policies. ESHA promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as defined on UN Cairo Conference of Population and Development (1994) and is committed among other aims to obtain equal rights for women, and to their empowerment. Main focus of activities is on youth SRHR education and sexual health counselling including HIV/AIDS prevention, but also a number of targeted programs have been carried out (addressing e.g. disabled people or victims of sexual violence). Information and educational materials to different target groups have been created and published as well as training courses in different issues have been carried out. Several media campaigns have been organised all over Estonia to target particular topic like intimate partner violence as an example. A network of youth counselling centres has been established all over Estonia which operates free of charge for young people up to 26 years of age under ESHA coordination. In 2003 ESHA opened Sexual Health Clinic to provide integrated sexual health services besides young people for adult target group as well. In addition, free SRHR Internet counselling for young people is provided through ESHA home page www.seksuaaltervis.ee. ESHA aims to continuously support school sexuality education especially in talking about ”difficult” topics, such as living together with people having HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive rights, sexual diversity, sexual orientation, sexuality in media, pornography, gender and sex, communication skills etc. ESHA has been providing such sex educational training for young people and also for parents and specialists working with youth in Estonia and also in other countries (Kyrgyzstan, Moldova). Contact: Instagram, Twitter, Website  

Emma
member association

| 26 October 2022

EMMA

EMMA Association is a national women’s organization, which works for the fundamental rights and societal equality of women, focusing on sexual and reproductive health rights, and gender-based oppression and violence during the childbearing and childrearing period. EMMA believes that each woman deserves dignity, security, freedom and self-determination in every single moment of their lives regardless of their sexual orientation, ethnicity, age or socio-economical status. It recognize the empowering potential of peer-support, the transformative power of personal and collective recovery of traumas, and the need for nurturing reflection and resiliency both at personal and organisational levels. We live and look at the life of women in its complexity, therefore EMMA is committed to cooperate with other women’s organizations and groups for the advancement of women’s life, making solidarity a lived value. Contact: Facebook

Emma
member_association

| 26 October 2022

EMMA

EMMA Association is a national women’s organization, which works for the fundamental rights and societal equality of women, focusing on sexual and reproductive health rights, and gender-based oppression and violence during the childbearing and childrearing period. EMMA believes that each woman deserves dignity, security, freedom and self-determination in every single moment of their lives regardless of their sexual orientation, ethnicity, age or socio-economical status. It recognize the empowering potential of peer-support, the transformative power of personal and collective recovery of traumas, and the need for nurturing reflection and resiliency both at personal and organisational levels. We live and look at the life of women in its complexity, therefore EMMA is committed to cooperate with other women’s organizations and groups for the advancement of women’s life, making solidarity a lived value. Contact: Facebook

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania

The Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania (FPSHA) focuses on educational campaigns, advocacy and the protection of reproductive and sexual rights. The organization runs training courses for health personnel and teachers, and advocates for the introduction of sex education in the school curriculum. It collaborated with the Polish Member Association in designing a 'Preparation for Family Life' programme for schools, and it joined with the Danish Member Association in promoting and providing seminars for teachers. FPSHA’s youth group publishes a newsletter and has produced a video on contraceptive methods for young people. The Member Association as a whole co-operates actively with several women's non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in advocating for the introduction of legislation providing unrestricted access to reproductive health care and services. FPSHA also works closely with government departments to promote family planning and counselling as an integrated part of the country’s midwifery service.    

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania

The Family Planning and Sexual Health Association of Lithuania (FPSHA) focuses on educational campaigns, advocacy and the protection of reproductive and sexual rights. The organization runs training courses for health personnel and teachers, and advocates for the introduction of sex education in the school curriculum. It collaborated with the Polish Member Association in designing a 'Preparation for Family Life' programme for schools, and it joined with the Danish Member Association in promoting and providing seminars for teachers. FPSHA’s youth group publishes a newsletter and has produced a video on contraceptive methods for young people. The Member Association as a whole co-operates actively with several women's non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in advocating for the introduction of legislation providing unrestricted access to reproductive health care and services. FPSHA also works closely with government departments to promote family planning and counselling as an integrated part of the country’s midwifery service.    

federa
member association

| 27 October 2022

FEDERA

FEDERA Foundation for Women and Family Planning (formerly the Federation) is a non-governmental organization operating since 1991, fighting for reproductive justice. FEDERA's mission is advocating for basic human rights, especially the right of women to decide freely whether and when to have children. In FEDERA’s opinion, the possibility to enjoy this right is for women a condition of self-determination, as well as the condition of equalizing the life opportunities of women and men. They are fulfilling our mission through: Providing assistance to women in access to legal abortion in Polish hospitals and providing information on access to abortion care abroad and medical abortion, Intervening in cases of women being refused access to medical services in the field of reproductive health, Providing expert advice via helplines in individual queries addressed by persons in need of access to SRH services, Initiating and supporting activities focusing on women’s right to conscious motherhood, Monitoring the state of reproductive rights, Preparing reports on women’s health and reproductive rights, Promoting knowledge about reproductive health, Advocating for the access to adequate quality of reproductive and sexual health services, Advocating for the liberalization and decriminalization of access to abortion, Promoting knowledge about international mechanisms of human rights protection, Applying to international human rights institutions with the aim of improving the state of human rights observance in Poland, including the right to health, Media campaigns. Contact: Facebook, Instagram.

federa
member_association

| 27 October 2022

FEDERA

FEDERA Foundation for Women and Family Planning (formerly the Federation) is a non-governmental organization operating since 1991, fighting for reproductive justice. FEDERA's mission is advocating for basic human rights, especially the right of women to decide freely whether and when to have children. In FEDERA’s opinion, the possibility to enjoy this right is for women a condition of self-determination, as well as the condition of equalizing the life opportunities of women and men. They are fulfilling our mission through: Providing assistance to women in access to legal abortion in Polish hospitals and providing information on access to abortion care abroad and medical abortion, Intervening in cases of women being refused access to medical services in the field of reproductive health, Providing expert advice via helplines in individual queries addressed by persons in need of access to SRH services, Initiating and supporting activities focusing on women’s right to conscious motherhood, Monitoring the state of reproductive rights, Preparing reports on women’s health and reproductive rights, Promoting knowledge about reproductive health, Advocating for the access to adequate quality of reproductive and sexual health services, Advocating for the liberalization and decriminalization of access to abortion, Promoting knowledge about international mechanisms of human rights protection, Applying to international human rights institutions with the aim of improving the state of human rights observance in Poland, including the right to health, Media campaigns. Contact: Facebook, Instagram.

SEDRA Logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

SEDRA Logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Federación de Planificación Familiar de España

It is a non-governmental organisation that works for the full exercise of sexual and reproductive rights of all people, with special attention to women and groups that are in a situation of temporary or permanent vulnerability: young people, migrant people or people with disabilities, among others. In addition to working to ensure that laws and social norms promote respect for sexual diversity, bodily autonomy and the experience of sexuality without coercion or other types of violence, the FPFE provides services related to sexual health and sexuality. These services are aimed primarily at vulnerable groups and include information, counselling and accompaniment both from our centres, including youth centres, and in alliance with public and private entities throughout the country. SEDRA-FPFE is made up of associations and individuals. Contact: Facebook, Instagram

Belgium - Wallonie
member association

| 06 March 2018

Fédération Laïque de Centres de Planning Familial

The Fédération Francophone Belge pour le Planning Familial et l'Education Sexuelle serves Belgium's Wallonian community. It runs 42 centres, where it conducts training in family planning for health personnel, and an information and documentation centre. The organisation is prominent in the promotion of women’s sexual and reproductive health rights, and has organized a solidarity campaign for Algerian migrant women. Contact: Twitter    

Belgium - Wallonie
member_association

| 06 March 2018

Fédération Laïque de Centres de Planning Familial

The Fédération Francophone Belge pour le Planning Familial et l'Education Sexuelle serves Belgium's Wallonian community. It runs 42 centres, where it conducts training in family planning for health personnel, and an information and documentation centre. The organisation is prominent in the promotion of women’s sexual and reproductive health rights, and has organized a solidarity campaign for Algerian migrant women. Contact: Twitter