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Legal action has begun today to secure an updated interpretation of the 1967 Abortion Act that would allow the home-administration of medication prescribed for early medical termination of pregnancy.
Thirty-two year old Jane* walks through a blue door into a house in a quiet street in residential Manchester. The mother of three from Ireland never imagined she would find herself in these circumstances. Jane was one of eight Irish women to visit the Marie Stopes International Manchester clinic yesterday. They were all there for the same reason – to have an abortion.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Ireland’s abortion law is in breach of international human rights.
Almost two in five (39%) 16-24 year old women have used emergency contraception after sex, indicating that they may not have used or had problems with their contraceptive method, new research undertaken for Marie Stopes International has found.
On World AIDS Day, Marie Stopes International is urging more Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) to provide HIV testing to women who are accessing unplanned pregnancy services.
Marie Stopes International (MSI) welcomes Dr Babatunde Osotimehin to the position of Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
The Pope has announced that condoms can be used “in certain cases” to protect from the spread of the HIV virus.
The Reproductive Health Bill being proposed in The Philippines is continuing to gather support from NGOs and elected local officials in the region of Albay.
HIV tests will be offered to all women and men visiting a Marie Stopes International clinic and will be available free under the NHS for some women accessing unplanned pregnancy services via an NHS referral.
London: One in four sexually active under 24-year-olds responding to a survey undertaken for World Contraception Day, said they had not used contraception with a new partner.
But more work is needed to reach the 2015 Millennium Development Goal.
Today, Marie Stopes International has launched its newest country programme, Marie Stopes International Senegal.
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.