The New Demographic Regime: Population Challenges and Policy Responses, Part 383

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United Nations Publications, 2005 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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This publication contains papers presented at the European Population Forum 2004, held in Geneva in January 2004, under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFP). The Forum discussed a range of issues organised under four key themes: global population and development trends from a European perspective; childbearing and parenting in low-fertility countries; morbidity, mortality and reproductive health challenges in transition economies; international migration and ways of promoting management and integration.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
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CHAPTER
13
CHAPTER 3
45
TRENDS OF THE 1990s
63
CHAPTER 6
95
HAPTER 7
111
CHAPTER 8
137
CHAPTER 9
153
A ITER 10
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CHAPTER
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CHAPTER
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FIGURE4 Total DAC members contributions for SRI funding and SRHODA ratio 19952001
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Government grants to IPPF 20002002
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Accession countries development policy advancement
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CHAPTER 12
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FINAL DOCUMENT OF THE FORUM
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Femalemale differences in life expectancy at birth Europe 19802000
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fIGI FRE 8 Years of full health lost through living in health states of less than full health
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CHAPTER 10
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ANNEX 1
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FRIENDS OF THE CHAIR
301
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