New contraception ranking shows differences between East and West (Euractiv)

Western Europe performed well in the latest ranking on access to contraception and information about it. On the other end, Poland remained the laggard for the second year running, scoring lower than ever and underscoring the growing east-west divide. 

The contraception atlas, published by the European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF) on Wednesday (9 February), revealed a clear divide between East and West Europe when it comes to contraception. 

The Atlas looks at what governments are doing on making contraception accessible in Europe and it includes 46 countries. It takes into account access to contraceptive supplies, access to counselling and also what the governments are doing to provide online information about contraception.

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