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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
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Marie Stopes International will host the Sex in the City Conference on 29th September to explore the latest developments in sexual health including contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and the role of sex and relationships education.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) today publishes adjudication by the ASA Council which rules that Marie Stopes International’s recent ‘Are You Late?’ television advertisement for unplanned pregnancy services did not breach the Advertising Code.
Global sexual and reproductive health agency Marie Stopes International congratulates the 16 journalists chosen as the finalists of this year’s Guardian International Development Journalism Competition.
Marie Stopes International brands Canadian Government’s decision to exclude family planning from G8 maternal health initiative “a new low for political pandering to social conservatism.”
The Guardian and Marie Stopes International today announced the launch of the third annual International Development Journalism Competition.
Two year grant will help to expand voluntary contraception and safe abortion services for women in Africa’s poorest countries.
MSI programmes averted nine million unintended pregnancies and 2.6 million unsafe abortions; 35,000 maternal deaths averted in 2009 alone.
New research published today (Friday) in The Lancet (online first: www.thelancet.com) shows that the new emergency contraceptive pill ellaOne® (ulipristal acetate) is effective in preventing pregnancies.
The programme will address Afghan women’s sexual and reproductive health ahead of London conference on the future of Afghanistan.
Marie Stopes International explains how Ethiopians can have children by choice, not by chance.
In a keynote address this evening given in Washington DC, marking the 15th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (1994), US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton renewed US support for universal access to reproductive health worldwide.