Election debate: the Netherlands and sexual and reproductive health and rights worldwide

The Netherlands plays a leading role in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in the global arena. With the Dutch elections ahead (in March), the question arises: will the Netherlands maintain this role? Will SRHR remain a priority of Dutch development cooperation policy? On March 4 (14:00), Dutch MPs will discuss this topic during the SRHR election debate organised by Share-Net Netherlands and the SRHR platform, of which Wemos is a member.

Watch ‘Het SRGR-Verkiezingsdebat’ (SRHR Election debate)
– March 4th at 14:00-15:30
– Online via Livestorm. Registration via this link

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