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JOIN US AT IUSSP RESEARCH LEADER SESSIONS:
Family Planning in India during FP2020: Progress and Lessons for FP2030 Monday, 6 December | 8:00–9:30 GMT
Addressing the Needs of Marginalized Populations Impacted by Climate Change: Evidence Gaps at the Intersection of the Population and Climate Sciences Population Council’s Population, Environmental Risks and Climate Change (PERCC) Initiative Wednesday, 8 December | 16:00–17:30 GMT
Building Trust in India’s Data Ecosystem: A Model of Change Thursday, 9 December | 12:00–13:30 GMT
JOIN US AT IUSSP ORAL AND POSTER SESSIONS SHOWCASING POPULATION COUNCIL RESEARCH:
Journal: Population and Development Review
Population and Development Review is essential reading to keep abreast of population studies, the relationships between population and social, economic, and environmental change, and related thinking on public policy.
Journal: Studies in Family Planning
Studies in Family Planning is a peer-reviewed, international journal publishing public health, social science, and biomedical research with a primary focus on developing countries.
Population Simulations: Community Demographic Model
The Community Demographic Model (CDM) provides computer simulations of population dynamics and change.
Open Data: Adolescent Data Hub
The Adolescent Data Hub is a unique global portal to share and access data on adolescents living in low and middle-income countries.
Open Data: Population Council Dataverse
The Population Council provides access to more than 60 datasets in its Dataverse repository.
Population Council Initiative: Population, Environmental Risks, and the Climate Crisis
The Population Council initiative on Population, Environmental Risks, and the Climate Crisis (PERCC) investigates the complex interactions and dynamics between people and their environment and helps to ensure that climate programs and policies are progressive, inclusive, and rooted in the principles of equity.
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