European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF)
Forum parlementaire européen sur la population et le développement
2000-12 Paris France
Founded Dec 2000, Paris (France), as a project of B-XB2361 - International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) European Network. Became independent in 2004. Original title: Inter-European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (IEPFPD) -- Forum parlementaire inter-européen sur la population et le développement. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Provide a pan-European framework for MPs wishing to forge consensus and collaborate on initiatives relating to sexual and reproductive health; provide expertise for UN agencies, inter-governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations interested in working with parliamentarians.
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