Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy: Ensuring U.S. Leadership

Panelists:
Mark R. Dybul Distinguished Scholar and Codirector of Global Health Law Program, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
Koki Agarwal Director, Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program, Jhpiego
Presider:
Isobel Coleman Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy; Director of the Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative; and Director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program, Council on Foreign Relations
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Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy

The United States should see family planning as a foreign policy priority that leads to healthier and more prosperous societies, and should increase funding, resources and support for those countries with the highest unmet need, argues CFR's Isobel Coleman.

Family Planning And U.S. Foreign Policy: Ensuring U.S. Leadership

Experts discuss the impact of family planning initiatives on U.S. foreign policy.

This session is part of the Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy Project.

Family Planning And U.S. Foreign Policy: Ensuring U.S. Leadership

A group of experts discuss the impact of family planning policies on U.S. Foreign Policy.

This session is part of the Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy Project.

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