Family Planning Federation of Australia

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Peak council

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Family Planning Federation of Australia

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Other form(s) of name

  • Australian Federation of Family Planning Associations
  • Family Planning Australia

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Dates of existence

1974 -

History

The Federation of Family Planning Associations was established in 1974 and incorporated in 1975 as a federation of State-based associations to advocate for legislation and social reforms and to develop education, training and research at a national level. The Federal Council had representatives from each State and from five National Advisory Committees: Medical, Training, Ethics and Legislation, Communications and Biological Sciences, which were later replaced by goal-oriented task forces. From 1984 the Federation acted as a agent of the Australian Development Assistance Bureau in the South Pacific, developing information kits and recordings relating to family planning and sexually-transmitted diseases targeted at Pacific Island cultures. It changed its name to the Family Planning Federation of Australia in 1985 and to Family Planning Australia in 1993.

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Entered from deposit description 21 November 2012

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  • EAC