What we can provide
We can provide a range of expert comment from a UK and international perspective on a range of issues.
Our spokespeople are available for media comment. And where appropriate, we can refer you to country programme representatives.
Latest press releases
View a full listing of our press releases below.
In response to news reports suggesting Marie Stopes Northern Ireland is selling abortion pills, Director Dawn Purvis said:
London, 15 September 2014: Marie Stopes International joins awareness raising efforts around emergency contraception for Sexual Health Week.
It’s been brought to our attention that text messages and emails are being sent in our name, with the promise of money if the recipients respond to confirm their interest in a grant.
Today marks the 500 day milestone date to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), eight goals established by the United Nations and governments around the world to tackle the biggest threats to humankind including poverty, disease and maternal mortality.
Organisation’s contribution to Millennium Development Goals and service to women and families of Uganda recognised by President Museveni
Marie Stopes International’s response to the Public Health England’s annual figures on sexually transmitted infections in England
Marie Stopes International’s response to Department of Health abortion statistics for England and Wales
The High Court in London has ruled women from Northern Ireland are not legally entitled to free abortions on the NHS in England.
London, 28 April 2014: Reproductive health charity Marie Stopes UK is today launching the findings of the first research in the UK into the contraceptive use of women aged 16-24 having one or more abortions.
Marie Stopes International is a global social enterprise that delivers world-class sexual and reproductive healthcare to millions of the world’s most vulnerable women.
London, 9 January 2014: A recent survey by Marie Stopes International reveals a false sense of security means many women are failing to protect themselves from pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
Results from the largest study of sexual health and lifestyles in Britain published today in The Lancet reveal changing attitudes and behaviours.
Awards celebrate progress being made to increase access to voluntary family planning
Our Regional Director for East and Southern Africa comments on FP2020's first progress report since last year's London Summit on Family Planning.
Marie Stopes Northern Ireland is proud to have been open in Belfast for a year, providing family planning and sexual health services for hundreds of women and men.