Advocacy

The Population & Sustainability Network is most well-known for its international advocacy actions, when Network members come together to promote the importance of reproductive health and rights. The Network’s advocacy seeks to influence the policies and actions of governments, international institutions, NGOs, the private sector and others, in order to achieve positive changes in the provision of family planning information, rights and services. The Network’s advocacy is based on the evidence and insights generated by Network members’ programmes around the world. Advocacy is an essential way to scale up impact.

The four main focal areas of the Network’s advocacy are:

Recent advocacy news

Empower women and girls for more effective action on climate change

Our Chief Executive nominated for Impact 25 Award

Conserving endangered cranes whilst improving family planning in Uganda

Our work at the International Conference on Family Planning 2018, Rwanda

Devex covers Network: How family planning can help save cheetahs

Why Women Will Save the Planet

European Parliament report links Family Planning and climate

Cheetah Conservation Fund joins the Population & Sustainability Network

The Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability Network joins the Planetary Health Alliance

Reproductive health and rights, and their role in conservation programmes

European Parliament links family planning and climate justice

Family Planning: A Win-Win for Women and Climate Change

Moving Population, Health & Environment forward in East Africa

How conservation programmes can be strengthened by meeting family planning needs

Welcome to Pathfinder International – our latest member!

Climate Change: Time to “Think Family Planning”

Linking reproductive health, sustainable development, and conservation: Insights and experiences from the Population & Sustainability Network and its members

Welcome to the Population Reference Bureau – our latest member!

The Population & Sustainability Network joins world’s largest environmental alliance

Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability Network makes FP2020 pledge to reach 9.5 million women and girls by 2020