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Population and Sustainable Development

Population and Sustainable Development

The First Forum on Population and Sustainable Development, titled ‘Toward a New Perspective on the Relation Between Population and Sustainable Development’ held from April 14-15 at Qatar University.
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The most important study on parenting in the age of anxiety
Peg Tyre - Forbes, 16 April 2019.
20-04-2019
According to the National Institute for Mental Health, more than a third of adolescent girls have an anxiety disorder. The rate for boys is only slightly less.
 

Singaporeans share views on marriage and parenthood
Amelia Teng - Straits Times, 20 April 2019.
20-04-2019
Singaporeans can share their views on marriage and parenthood over the next few months through a number of channels, both online and offline, as the Government looks to encourage more people to have families.
 

Children who spend two hours a day on smartphones risk ADHD
Laura Donnelly - The Telegraph, 17 April 2019.
20-04-2019
A study of 3,500 children found that high levels of screen time were associated with a far greater risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by the age of five.
 

‘Foreign children’ in Syrian camp need urgent help
UN News Centre, 18 April 2019.
20-04-2019
Help is needed urgently from the international community to help some 2,500 apparently stateless “foreign children” at a camp for the displaced, in north-east Syria.
 

Canada: How housing is helping immigrant families
Murtaza Haider and Stephen Moranis - Financial Post, 18 April 2019.
20-04-2019
For immigrant families, housing alone has been the primary driver of wealth growth.
 

Instead of parenting race, let’s focus on raising happy children
Neela Kaushik - Hindustan Times, 8 April 2019.
14-04-2019
The parenting journey can sometimes be draining. We all have had our moments in the parenting journey where we have felt clueless and wondered if we were indeed doing the right thing.
 
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