The poverty and population debate

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Many people believe that if people in the developing world had fewer children, they would be less likely to live in poverty. It sounds like common sense but masks a far more complex relationship between poverty and population growth. In this podcast, Felicia Price, advisor on community health and HIV, discusses Christian Aid's stance on the poverty and population debate and explains why our assumptions about family planning in the West don't always apply elsewhere in the world. For more information on Christian Aid's work tackling poverty around the world, visit our website www.christianaid.org.uk
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about 2 years ago, City of Westminster, Greater London, England
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AntoinettePowell

Great to hear such clear and interesting analysis of a controversial issue. Thanks for sharing.

AntoinettePowell@Christian Aid Global about 2 years ago