FIAPAC is an organization of professionals working in the field of abortion and contraception.
Our Website provides information on a professional level. Here you will find a broad range of information with an international perspective, in particular the contents and presentations of the FIAPAC-conferences.
Exelgyn, in partnership with FIAPAC, will provide funding to support an individual, group, institute or organisation with a project within Europe related to the aims and scope of the Exelgyn/FIAPAC project "Improving the quality of life for women having a medical abortion".
Conditions & application form.
Who can apply? Applicants must be paid-up FIAPAC members.
Deadline: applications MUST be received at FIAPAC by 31 May 2018.
Project applications should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget: 10 000 euros maximum for the successful application. If the Exelgyn/FIAPAC grant committee decides, the fund may be split to more than one project.
Theme: Liberating women - Removing barriers and increasing access to safe abortion care
14. - 15. September 2018 in Nantes (France)
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Abstract submission deadline now extended till 1 May 2018!
Save the dates - upcoming BSACP/ARHP webinar in May
Barriers to Abortion Access as Reported by British Women: An Ongoing Report
Dr. Kate Guthrie, FRCOG, FFSRH
Thursday, May 10, 2018
1:30 PM EST / 6:30 PM GMT
Board elections 2018
2018 is a year in which board elections must be organised. Time and action table:
Statement on 'She decides ...' (published on 9 March 2017)
FIAPAC, the international federation of professionals involved in contraception and abortion care, applauds those countries that have pledged funds over and above their existing aid commitments, to make good the financial deficit caused by President Trump’s ban on US aid to overseas groups that provide abortion or abortion advocacy.
Earlier this month more than 50 countries sent delegates to a meeting in Brussels to discuss the international response to Trump, and they committed 180 million euros to a fund (She Decides) launched by the Belgian Deputy prime Minister as an immediate response to the US administration re-imposition of restrictions of it’s aid recipients. These restrictions have come to be known as the Global Gag Rule.
FIAPAC believes abortion services should be seen as basic health care and are essential in all country settings. The Federation is asking its own members to mark International Women’s Day by calling on their own Governments to commit to the She Decides Fund, and joining the actions of those around the world who are using the day to protest against restrictions on women’s freedom to make their own reproductive choices.
Statement on the situation in Poland (published on 13 April 2016)
Statement of solidarity with the Federation for Women and Family Planning in Poland
Statement on the prosecution of women in Northern Ireland for offences relating to abortion