European Network for Women's Right to Abortion and Contraception (ENWRAC)
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1990-09 Sandnes Norway
Sep 1990, Sandnes (Norway), by representatives of women's organizations from 10 European countries. Also referred to as European Abortion Network.
Coordinate a common fight for the right of women to safe abortion and contraception, using their method of choice and without state interference, available under their country's social insurance scheme and for the right to sex education; coordinate activities and international solidarity.
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Steering Committee, consisting of 5 members. National Abortion Campaign (UK) provides office support.
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