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Fertility Europe is an association of European patient organisations and associations involved with fertility / infertility issues. Fertility Europe has three main goals, to:
- build a strong European network among European patients and professionals in order to achieve the exchange of best practice
- promote education in the field of protection of reproductive health and a pro-active approach to family planning
- improve the situation concerning the rights of those affected by difficulties in conceiving in many areas.
Present MAR practice in Malta is regulated by the Embryo Protection Act from 2012. The bill allows heterosexual married couples or those in a stable relationship to access infertility treatment. However, the same bill reduces the efficacy of such treatment by allowing fertilisation of […]
Interview about our work, mission and plans Health Europa interviewed our office manager about Fertility Europe’s work. It is our goal to break down barriers in acces to fertility treatment. “Fertility Europe is working to make safe, fair, and efficient fertility treatment a reality for […]
Dear FE Members, The 3-year term of the current Executive Committee ends this summer and it is time to nominate your candidates for the next 3-year term. Each Effective Member association is now invited to propose up to five (5) candidates for the Executive Committee […]
On July 2, 2018 Fertility Europe members will meet up for the Annual Council Meeting during the ESHRE Annual Meeting, which will be held in Barcelona this year. More information about the Council Meeting and the Patient Session in the ESHRE main programm is will […]
March 14-16, 2018 Fertility Europe members will be meeting in Valletta, Malta. No less than 33 delegates from 22 member associations will be attending the meeting. An important part of the program is sharing information and experience with each other. We are honored to have […]
Strasbourg, February 2018 In Europe medically assisted reproduction (MAR) is nearly always regulated by national legislations. However, in this Europe where people are free to move, some treatments are allowed in some countries and forbidden in others, limited here and widely available there. This is […]
Networking and sharing of best practices, information, fundraising tools, policies, advocacy strategies are extremely important for Fertility Europe and its member organizations. We learn from each other, our work together is based on transparency and democratic principles, we become more responsible and play a more important role both nationally and on the European level. With clear structure, transparent financing from diverse sources, elections, democracy and co-operation on all levels of fertility / infertility issues Fertility Europe is respecting all views and differences among people in Europe.