Ulla Sandbæk

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Ulla Margrethe Sandbæk (born 1943) is a former Danish Member of the European Parliament for the June Movement.

She served from 1994 to 2004. She was responsible for the Sandbæk report that resulted in a European Union regulation[1] increasing funding for the United Nations Population Fund,[2] which controversially included funding abortion.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Health in developing countries: aid for policies and actions on reproductive and sexual health and rights (repeal. regul. 1484/97/EC)
  2. ^ European Parliament legislative resolution on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council regulation on aid for policies and actions on reproductive and sexual health and rights in developing countries (COM(2002) 120 – C5-0114/2002 – 2002/0052(COD)) http://www.europarl.europa.eu/omk/sipade3?OBJID=10674&L=EN&NAV=X&LSTDOC=N
  3. ^ The European Parliament adopts the Sandbaeck report, report by euro-fam