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Report of the International Council of Women Regional Conference and the National Council of Women of Australia Triennial Conference, Sydney, October 20-November 1, 1973 : population, development and the role of women
Bib ID 3110166
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney] : [National Council of Women of Australia], [1973] 
137p. ; 28cm. 
ISBN 095996682X (spiral binding)
Notes

Cover title.

Available from The Secretary, National Council of Women of Australia, 136 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 2000.

Subjects Population. Growth. Role of women. Conference proceedings.  |  Population -- Congresses.  |  Women -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors International Council of Women  |  National Council of Women of Australia
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Population, development and the role of women

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