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World population: 2020 overview

Joseph Chamie - Yale Global Online, 11 February 2020.
22-02-2020
Governments and businesses can better manage resources by planning around population trends, including urbanization and aging.
 

Early years apps to help families kick start learning at home

UK Government, 21 February 2020.
22-02-2020
Families encouraged to support children’s literacy and language skills from the home.
 

Millions families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount

UN News, 19 February 2020.
22-02-2020
Exacerbated by instability in the region that has led to an influx of thousands of refugees, returnees, internally displaced persons and migrants, simultaneous emergencies are stretching the capacities of humanitarian partners to respond.
 

Russian demographics and power

Michael Kofman - War on the Rocks, 4 February 2020.
22-02-2020
The conversation on demographics can tend towards the simplistic, focusing on population size rather than the qualitative dimensions that make up human capital such as education or health.
 

Japan: demographic shift opens door to reforms

International Monetary Fund News, 10 February 2020.
22-02-2020
With a median age of 48.4 years, Japan’s population is the world’s oldest.
 

Why dads don’t take parental leave

Jessica Grose - The New York Times, 19 February 2020.
22-02-2020
If men and women begin taking the same amount of leave, they’re at least getting started on the right foot.
 

We must stand up and speak for the children

Dree K. Collopy - The Hill, 14 February 2020.
17-02-2020
As families and children have fled to the United States in search of safety, they have been denied universally recognized rights, and the US government is erecting every potential barrier to keep them from accessing protection.
 

Europe’s demographic crisis: How to get older workers back

Efi Koutsokosta and Fanny Gauret - Euronews, 12 February 2020.
17-02-2020
Europe’s ageing population is a demographic phenomenon which sees a decrease both in fertility and in mortality rate and a higher life expectancy among European populations.
 

Governments should pay more for childcare

Jen Jackson - The Guardian, 17 February 2020.
17-02-2020
Many families are being forced to choose affordability over quality in crucial learning years.
 

Which EU countries have the highest marriage rates?

Eurostat, 14 February 2020.
17-02-2020
Countries with the highest number of marriages relative to the population are Cyprus, Romania, Lithuania and Latvia. The lowest are Luxembourg, Italy and Portugal.
 
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