THE HAGUE, Netherlands- Youth leaders meeting in The Hague this month claimed rights to more money for youth reproductive health programs and sex education including abortion and sexual orientation in primary schools.Out of the mouths of youth came the only aggressive debate for change heard at Hague Forum, a week-long confab where delegations from more than 180 countries talked about population growth, sex and reproduction health. Under the aegis of the United Nations, 1,500 government representatives and delegates from family-planning nonprofit organizations took up the task of evaluating...
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