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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being


Demography is the statistical study of populations, especially human beings.

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Organizations relating to Demography

INDEPTH Network / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1998
Regional Prevention of Maternal Mortality Network / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1988
International Association of French-speaking Demographers / Paris, France / Est. 1978
Cairo Demographic Centre / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1963
European Bird Census Council / Nijmegen, Netherlands / Est. 1992
Federation of Centers for Migration Studies G B Scalabrini / New York NY, USA / Est. 1964
European Network of Cancer Registries / Ispra, Italy / Est. 1990
Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia / Est. 1984
International Campaign for Establishment and Development of Oncology Centres / Port Said, Egypt / Est. 1996
International Programmes Center / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1947
National Council for Eurasian and East European Research / Seattle WA, USA / Est. 1978
Asian Population and Development Association / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1982
Institut de formation et de recherche démographiques / Yaoundé, Cameroon / Est. 1972
Resolution Respecting Censuses / Est. 1910
Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies / Naples, Italy / Est. 1981
International Commission on Historical Demography / Florence SC, USA / Est. 1960
Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Centre / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1957
Nordic Demographic Society / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1968
International Institute for Population Sciences / Mumbai, India / Est. 1956
Study Center for the Historical Demography of Latin America / Sao Paulo, Brazil / Est. 1985
European Association for Population Studies / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1983
Asian Population Association / Nakhon Pathom, Thailand / Est. 2007
European Network for the Sociological and Demographic Study of Divorce / Est. 2002
Evolutionary Demography Society / Bristol, UK / Est. 2013

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World Problems relating to Demography

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Demographic fatigue
Ageing of world population
Unsustainable population levels

Action Strategies relating to Demography

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing population growth
Studying life support systems
Strengthening capacity to build demographic factors into national sustainable development policies
Documenting population trends
Providing census data
Developing cure for AIDS
Reducing child mortality
Supporting demographic changes for sustainable development
Improving regional demographic information
Standardizing national census data
Building demographic factors into national policies for sustainable development
Including demographic concerns in international programmes for sustainable development
Improving health programmes to reduce infant mortality
Assessing costs and financing to manage demographic change
Focusing on programmes serving multiple demographic and sustainable development goals
Identifying areas where sustainability is threatened by demographic factors
Strengthening databases on demographic trends and environment by ecological region
Developing compatible demographic data and global behavioural indicators
Reducing inequality of mortality rates within countries
Reducing inequality in mortality rates
Raising awareness of demography in sustainable development planning
Increasing awareness of demographic impacts on sustainable development
Analysing links between demographic factors and environmental change
Strengthening research to build demographic factors into local sustainable development programmes
Assessing links between demographic factors and sustainability

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