For FPA’s national Sexual Health Week, parents are calling on schools to teach the subjects their children need in order to develop healthy relationships and stay safe online.
For sexual health charity FPA’s national Sexual Health Week (11-17 September), parents are calling on schools to teach the subjects that their children need to know in order to develop healthy relationships and stay safe online.
In a survey carried out by FPA:
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FPA has welcomed a further year-on-year drop in teenage pregnancy rates in England and Wales, but is concerned that this cannot be sustained in the face of a ‘perfect storm’ of factors reversing advances in sexual and reproductive healthcare.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) have launched a new report, endorsed by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health, which shines a light on the ‘perfect storm of factors [that] is reversing previous positive advances made in promoting sexual and reproductive health.’
The Digital Economy Minister, Matt Hancock MP, yesterday formally started the countdown to the introduction of age-verification processes for online pornography in the UK by April 2018. This aims to
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) has today released data
FPA has welcomed the further drop in teenage pregnancy rates in Scotland but called for investment in sexual and reproductive health services and warned that there is more work to be done to tackle regional variations in the rate.
In a landmark decision for women’s rights, the government has announced that it will be taking a significant step to correct a historic injustice by agreeing to fund abortion services for women travelling from Northern Ireland.
Ahead of an amendment tabled by Labour MP Stella Creasy that
FPA is deeply disappointed following the decision of the Court of Appeal in Belfast to allow an appeal by Northern Ireland’s Attorney General and the Department of Justice. The court ruled that it is up for the Northern Ireland Assembly to decide on abortion law reform.
This follows the