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Sanger was the inspiration of the World Population conference of 1927 which, according to Connelly, marked the stage at which eminent demographers and scientists began to take an international view of population.
00 Paperback HB883 This report tracks the evolution of governments' views and policies on population and development that has taken place since the World Population Conference in 1974.
Yet even as late as 1973, as the following episode that involved Mildred Persinger and other NGO representatives in the World Population Conference preparations demonstrates, as the UN and member states were debating and defining programs and strategies to respond to global problems of population growth and development, they were not recognizing that 'women' mattered.
Not world population conferences, such as last year's Cairo conference which amply demonstrated that religious bigotry, quoting man-inspired and man-conspired sermons, and those of a long, long time ago, as of divine exposition, will in the foreseeable future very effectively thwart, block, and destroy rational action.
Your thoughts on the world population conference in Cairo?
Transition theory was used during the inaugural United Nations World Population Conference (Bucharest, 1974) to support the optimistic view that current high rates of global population growth will not persist, and it has drawn a healthy number of proponents in subsequent conferences.
World Population Conference in Cairo is fast approaching.
At the 1927 World Population Conference in Geneva, delegates from a range of countries and political affiliations shared the common belief that populations could be scientifically studied and that governments should manage their populations.