Amnesty International are launching a campaign calling for women to be given full reproductive rights.
They want the decisions about women's bodies to be left to women, and for the fair access to sexual health services, including contraception.
The organisation says women should be able to "choose if, when and who to marry" and "decide if you want to have children and how many".
Amnesty is also campaigning for the eradication of sexual violence, including rape, female genital mutilation, forced pregnancy, forced abortion and forced sterilisation.
The organisation says it is "campaigning to make sure we all have control over our sexual and reproductive choices."
Colm O'Gorman is the head of Amnesty International Ireland:
The campaign is being promoted to coincide with International Women's Day, which takes place tomorrow.