The World Health Organization (WHO) is involved in many laudable activities, supported by thousands of loyal and active workers, both in the field and in educational, scientific, health, and medical establishments.
To many of these dedicated workers, it will be a source of much disappointment and shame, therefore, to learn that WHO has become involved in activities in which its motto "healthfor all" is being interpreted in such a way as to discriminate against the health and well-being of particular unborn children.
In this interview, Senator Harradine seeks to answer matters of serious concern which have arisen concerning the direction of the Human Reproduction Programme (HRP) of which WHO is co-sponsor and executing agency.
"The Ethics of International Bureaucracies: Abortion and the Human Reproduction Programme: An interview with Australian Senator Brian Harradine Canberra, Australia, April, 1990,"
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