We are proud of so many achievements in 2014. Drawing on the huge wealth of experience inside our incredibly diverse network of activists for sexual and reproductive health and rights, IPPF EN has continued our fight to bring change and new possibilities for ordinary people.
For example, the groundbreaking work we are doing to empower young people with learning disabilities is changing lives in 12 countries. We have succeeded in using legal instruments to ensure people are treated with dignity and receive the services they need. We have continued challenging gender stereotypes and patriarchal social norms to help ensure that young people are able to reach their full potential. And our advocates have worked passionately to make the case for ambitious international commitments to ensuring greater equality and tackling poverty in the coming decades.
Download our Annual Report to read more about our work and its impact throughout Europe and Central Asia in 2014.