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Alexander C. Sanger, grandson of Margaret Sanger, who founded the birth control movement, is Chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council and author of the new book BEYOND CHOICE, an urgent, fresh look at the pro-choice position -- and even the pro-life position -- and finds them necessary, but insufficient. In BEYOND CHOICE he offers the first major re-thinking of these positions in thirty years. Mr. Sanger speaks around the country and the world as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund. Biography, writings, and interests of Alexander C. Sanger. He is the grandson of Margaret Sanger, who founded the birth control movement, and is currently Chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council.
Intended to raise public awareness. Explores several aspects of international family planning, the link between family planning and the environment, and maternal health and child health.
Reproductive Health Technologies Project
The mission of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project is to advance the ability of every woman to achieve full reproductive freedom with access to the safest, most effective, and preferred methods for controlling her fertility and protecting her health. We work to provide public education and build public understanding of reproductive issues. Reproductive freedom advocacy group, based in the U.S. News and information on emerging issues in contraception, including new contraceptive technologies.
State Innovations in Family Planning Services Agency
Reproductive health non-governmental organization in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Information about programs to reduce fertility rate and improve maternal and child health, including personal counseling, contraceptive marketing, and work with personal birth attendants.
The Edith Stein Foundation
Information supporting the hypothesis that the birth control pill and other forms of contraception are responsible for a wide range of medical and social problems affecting women.