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Tackling inequalities in women’s health

The College is committed to advocating for inclusivity and equity in women’s health care.

We work towards this in many ways, from advocating for migrant women’s rights, to successfully lobbying for safe access zones around abortion clinics to become enshrined in law.

We are committed to listening to, and working with representatives from, communities experiencing the greatest inequalities to identify solutions and co-produce important guidance. You can find out more about how we involve women and girls here,

The College’s commitment to stamping out stigma in women’s health is unwavering. In 2023, the RCOG and our women’s health organisation partners based here with us at our Union Street building, published five commitments to addressing stigma and shame in women’s health services globally.

Read the full Stigma Statement here.