|U.S. Attempts to Change International Family Planning Policies But Relents in Face of Disagreement|
U.S. Attempts to Change International Family Planning Policies But Relents in Face of DisagreementNational Public Radio's Brenda Wilson reports on the outcome of the 5th Asia and Pacific Population Conference, held in Bangkok December 11-17, 2002. In particular, she explores the unsuccessful attempts made by the U.S. delegation to block consensus on issues of family planning, reprodutive health services, and sexuality education for adolescents. This report contains an interview with Françoise Girard, Senior Program Officer for International Policy at the International Women's Health Coalition.
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