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17th ESC Congress: ‘Sexual Rights and Contraception in a Turbulent World’

May 1 - May 4

Dear Colleagues,

We are delighted to announce the 17th European Society of Contraception (ESC) Congress, dedicated to the latest advancements in Contraception and Reproductive Health. The theme of the congress is “Sexual Rights and Contraception in a Turbulent World” which reflects the world we currently live in.

The congress will take place in the vibrant city of Bilbao, Spain, from May 1st to May 4th, 2024

Gain insights from renowned keynote speakers who are at the forefront of contraception and reproductive health research.

The Congress is open to healthcare professionals, researchers, policymakers, educators, and anyone interested in the latest developments in contraception and its challenges, family planning, sexual health education, and women’s reproductive health and rights.

Join us for science, culture, and friendship! Showcase your own research or projects by submitting an abstract for the selection of a poster or free communication.

Registration details and further information about the 17th ESC Congress will be available soon on our official ESC website.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements as we prepare to bring the world of contraception and reproductive health together in Bilbao in May 2024!

For inquiries and updates, have a regular look at the ESC website, follow us on social media, or contact us at [email protected]

Last but not least, immerse yourself in Bilbao’s rich culture and history, known for its art, cuisine, and stunning landscapes.

We look forward to your participation in this transformative event.

See you in Bilbao in 2024!


Helena Kopp Kallner
President of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health

Registration link: https://escrh.eu/event/17th-esc-congress-3/#eventregistration


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