Private decisions, public debate: women, reproduction and population

Date: September 12, 2016
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Sensitive and flexible family planning services carry a high price tag. However, unless we meet the family planning needs of individuals we may have no choice in meeting the world’s development needs. Notably absent from this critical international dialogue are the voices of ordinary men and women. What do they want and need. This book contains journalists’ case studies which allow women and men to speak for themselves on sujects ranging from illegal abortion, son preference, religion and child marriage. Their perceptions are provocative and inspire hope.

Author: Judith Mirsky (ed)
Publisher: Panos Publications
Year of Publication: 1994
Classification Number: 363.46 MIR