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Our new brand — Sexual Wellbeing Aotearoa — better reflects our work, and commitment to help New Zealanders build a comfortable relationship with their sexual wellbeing.
Clinics sometimes close over holidays, or you might find yourself in a city you don’t know so well. We’ve made this summer contraception guide, so you can stress less this summer.
We’re excited to launch our new website — same name, same place, but so much better.
Survey findings confirm that women and girls must be included in initiatives to expand STI testing and treatment options, and health promotion.
Watch interview with Family Planning chief executive, Jackie Edmond.
Twelve of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading community, telehealth, and primary healthcare organisations call for pay parity.
Check out these resources to find out what relationships and sexuality education really is.
This Matariki, we review the past year, see where we are today, and cast an eye towards the future.
Overall, the Women’s Health Strategy is a fantastic step forward for Aotearoa.
Our submission to the Women's Health Strategy recommended eight priority actions to improve the health of women, girls, trans, and gender diverse people.
Removing the $5 prescription fee is a positive move — especially for young people accessing contraceptives.
Figures released today by Stats NZ tell us that young people are increasingly getting access to services, and information they need to make choices about their lives and their futures.
New research shows that lack of time and lack of subject status for relationships and sexuality education (RSE) are significant barriers in New Zealand schools.