Lucie Van Crombrugge, lifelong Belgian abortion rights activist, has died aged 72
June 9, 2017
by International Campaign for Women's Right to Safe Abortion
by Nausikaä Martens
Kollektief Anticonceptie – Abortuscentrum Gent
Lucie Van Crombrugge was born in November 1944, the youngest of three children. She grew up happily and as a young girl attended a strict Catholic school. At university, she took a degree in history.
She married an engineer and the couple moved to the Democratic Republic of Congo for several years, where she had two daughters. Lucie looked after the household and the children there and continued to do so after their return to Belgium, as a conscious choice at the time to be a full-time mother. Soon a third child came. She became adept at anti-authoritarian parenting, as a very caring and loving mother who, in a democratic way, let her children decide what they wanted.
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