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  • Article, 15 October 2014 |

    Rutgers WPF commits itself to the realisation of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and strives for a world in which all human beings can experience their sexuality in a positive, safe way, free of coercion, discrimination and violence, regardless of their sexual orientation. Sexuality is a natural aspect of everyone’s life.

    As an international centre of expertise, Rutgers WPF carries out research and develops programmes for use in education and the healthcare sectors. We also advocate at national, European and international level. We work mainly in the Netherlands, Asia and Africa. The organisation consists of approximately 90 members of staff. Our head office is located in Utrecht. We have two field offices in Asia and are in the process of setting up a field office in Africa.

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  • News, 13 October 2014 |

    Rutgers WPF has two vacancies at the moment.

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  • News, 17 September 2014 |

    Do you agree it is important that you are able to make decisions about your own body? Whether you want to have children, and how many? Whether you use contraception, and which kind? Who you share your life with? And how you shape your own future? Please, sign the petition ‘I Decide’, best before 22 September 2014. Or join the Thunderclap! 

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  • News, 11 September 2014 |

    Kampala, Uganda: (13th September 2014)- Today nearly half of the World’s population – around 3 billion people- are under the age of 25. As these young people become sexually active, sexual and reproductive health services are under increasing pressure.

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  • News, 26 August 2014 |

    In a bid to promote girls education in the country, the Unite for Body Rights, also known as Malawi alliance on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Dedza district has seen 20 young girls withdrawn from early marriages and re-enroled in schools. 

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  • News, 11 August 2014 |

    About 150 young SRHR leaders from 19 cities across Pakistan participated in the two-day ‘Youth Ask Leadership Conclave 2014’, organized by Rutgers WPF Pakistan. The event allows young people to become the face of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) initiatives at national and international events.

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  • News, 07 August 2014 |

    Mrs Andrée van Es has been appointed chair of our Supervisory Board as of July 2014. Mrs Van Es used to be a politician for the Green Party and councillor of the city of Amsterdam. She succeeds Bert Koenders, who is head of the UN Peace Mission in Mali. We have also welcomed a new member of the Supervisory Board: Laurent de Vries. Both Andrée van Es and Laurent de Vries have been appointed for 3 years.

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  • News, 04 August 2014 |

    NAIROBI, Kenya — A Ugandan court struck down a punitive anti-gay law on Friday August 1  that has strained Uganda’s relations with the West, but the court ruled on narrow technical grounds, preserving the possibility that the measure could be revived.

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  • News, 25 July 2014 |

    In the fight against HIV many lives have been lost. After every passing, the work of HIV activists and researchers to stop new HIV infections and end needless AIDS related deaths continues with more vigour. At the International AIDS Conference AIDS2014 in Melbourne, the HIV movement continued their work, spurred on by the spirit of all those lost in the last two years since the last IAC, including the activists and researchers who fell victim to the MH17 disaster.

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  • News, 21 July 2014 |

    Our Annual Report, Rutgers Magazine 2013, is now online. It is full of inspiring personal stories how people – young and old – in the Netherlands and in wider Europe, Africa and Asia, have been able to change their lives using the comprehensive programmes of Rutgers WPF.

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