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World Food Convention - Digital edition

The live summit with subsequent Q&A will take place on 25 June from 3.00pm CEST (UTC+2)

A contested issue

The rise in international opposition to the right to sexual self-determination

Destination Europe?

The future of global migration

Africa’s Demographic Trailblazers

How falling fertility rates accelerate development

the Online Handbook Demography

  • Europe: Population Change and its Consequences
    [...] Today, three major trends shape Europe’s population: longevity, a declining number of children and increasing numbers of migrants [...]

  • The Challanges of a Changing Population in Asia
    [...] Asia’s population will grow by 757 million people to reach 4.3 billion by 2025 [...]

  • Population and Development - an Overview
    The strong population growth is mainly caused by the high birth rate and the resulting increase in the number of young people [...]