FIGO Statements

Celebrating 50 years of Rh prevention; successes and failures

Anti-D Immunoglobulins have nearly eradicated HDFN in the developed world. However.....

FIGO shouts 'No against Violence for Women'

Today at FIGO World Congress in Rio we launched the FIGO Global Declaration on Violence Against Women.

FIGO Global Declaration on Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy

Today at FIGO World Congress the FIGO Pregnancy and NCD's Committee was pleased to launch: FIGO Global Declaration...

Violence against women and girls

During FIGO World Congress 2018 in Rio de Janiero there will be a number of high profile sessions and activities highlighting Violence Against Women - a major global issue.

Environmental threats to human health

Research shows that whether we are concerned with reproductive health, cancer, infertility, neonatal and childhood health or neurodevelopment; toxic exposures are implicated.

Contraception: the key to achieving SDGs by 2030

Long-term investments in the sexual and reproductive health of girls and women can allow them to make important life choices such as when they marry, when they begin sexual activity, and how many children they have and when.

FIGO World Congress 2018

Over 10,000 global health professionals, policy and decision makers, NGO’s, WHO and UN organisations are due to gather in Rio next month...

Statement: Violence Against Health Professionals

FIGO Statement on Violence Against Healthcare Professionasl from our Ethics Committee

6,000 Fistula surgeries celebrated

FIGO’s Fistula Surgery Training Initiative is restoring the lives of thousands of women...

FIGO supports World Prematurity Day 2017

Statement from the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) to highlight World Prematurity Day 2017 (17 November 2017). Please click here to view the statement.