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Title: Babies, Burdens and Threats: Current Faces of Population Control
Author(s): Hartmann, Betsy
Oliver, Amy
Sexton, Sarah
Krause, Elizabeth
Hendrixson, Anne
Rao, Mohan
Oldham, James
Hayes, Ben
Tassé, Roch
Population and Development Program
Corner House
Keywords: Population policy
Date: 2007
Publisher: Hampshire College Population and Development Program
Abstract: This series of DifferenTakes issue papers casts a critical eye on the current landscape of population control. It begins with an overview of ten reasons why rethinking ‘overpopulation’ is vital to creating the kind of global understanding and solidarity needed to advance women’s reproductive and sexual rights and build a more just, peaceful and environmentally sustainable world.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10009/947
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