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The '''Family Planning Association''' of New Zealand was originally known as the ''Sex Hygiene and Birth Regulation Society'' which was founded by [[Elsie Freeman]] in 1936 in Wellington.<ref>[http://www.amac.org.nz/AMAC_history.htm AMAC website: ''An historical perspective on abortion in New Zealand''] (accessed on 29 April, 2010)</ref> The [[FPA]] is an affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
 
The '''Family Planning Association''' of New Zealand was originally known as the ''Sex Hygiene and Birth Regulation Society'' which was founded by [[Elsie Freeman]] in 1936 in Wellington.<ref>[http://www.amac.org.nz/AMAC_history.htm AMAC website: ''An historical perspective on abortion in New Zealand''] (accessed on 29 April, 2010)</ref> The [[FPA]] is an affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
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==Board Members==
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'''Council President'''
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Dr. [[Tammy Steeves]]
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'''Council Deputy-President'''
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[[Wendy Ritchie]]
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'''Council Members'''
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Dr. [[Simon Snook]]
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Dr. [[Marie Bismark]]
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[[Alison McKenzie]]
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'''Maori Representatives'''
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[[Lyn Harrison]]
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[[Stacey Morrison]]
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'''Youth Representative'''
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[[Catherine Tamaseu-Russell]]
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'''Immediate Past President'''
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[[Linda Penno]]
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 08:01, 5 May 2010

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The Family Planning Association of New Zealand was originally known as the Sex Hygiene and Birth Regulation Society which was founded by Elsie Freeman in 1936 in Wellington.[1] The FPA is an affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Board Members

Council President Dr. Tammy Steeves Council Deputy-President Wendy Ritchie Council Members Dr. Simon Snook Dr. Marie Bismark Alison McKenzie Maori Representatives Lyn Harrison Stacey Morrison Youth Representative Catherine Tamaseu-Russell Immediate Past President Linda Penno


External Links

References

  1. AMAC website: An historical perspective on abortion in New Zealand (accessed on 29 April, 2010)