18 September 2006Education For Choice
Education For Choice provides one-day training on discussing abortion with young people, for professionals working in health, education and youth work.
17 June 2015Abortion: Trusting women to decide, and doctors to practise
This new BPAS publication lays out the case for why we need to re-think Britain's abortion law.
18 September 2006USA: Anti-abortion group loses tax exemption
The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has revoked the tax exemption of Operation Rescue West, after receiving a complaint that it had violated prohibitions on electioneering by nonprofits in 2004.
15 September 2006Young people wary of new database
Teenagers say they might stop using contraception and abortion services because they do not trust the confidentiality of the new national children's database, claim researchers.
11 September 2006Teach abortion facts in school, say government advisors
Schoolchildren should be given information about abortion in Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) lessons, the Independent Advisory Group on Teenage Pregnancy has recommended.
28 August 2006US decision on ECP ‘a victory for science over ideology’
After three years of controversy, the USA has approved over-the-counter sales of the emergency contraceptive pill.
7 August 2006Increase in early medical abortion: A good news story
By Ann Furedi, chief executive of bpas.
4 August 2006Contraception and the realities of life
In a feature on 'slut counselling' in the Times (London), Ann Furedi, chief executive of bpas, examines why young women have unprotected sex.
7 July 2006MPs call for abortion law re-think
More than 60 MPs have signed a Commons motion backing a review of abortion time limits.
1 June 2006Scotland: Pregnancy intention and contraceptive use
This study set out to measure pregnancy intention and its relationship with contraceptive use among women undergoing therapeutic abortion.
5 April 2005MSI claims to support time limit cut
One of Britain's largest abortion clinics wants to cut the upper limit for terminations to 20 weeks because advances in medical science mean that the babies are 'potentially viable', the Daily Telegraph reports.