No matter where we live in the world, the decisions we all make about our family size makes a huge difference Having children is a significant life event that has impacts, both positive and not so positive. Our position in society, sense of belonging, and how we are judged by others is often affected …
Sustainable Population Australia (Victorian and Tasmanian branch) Annual General Meeting Saturday October 5th 2019 at 2.00 pm Hawthorn Library meeting rooms 3-4, 584 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122 NOMINATIONS for COMMITTEE POSITIONS: Financial members of SPA may nominate for any committee position, President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary or committee …
If you saw a child about to run into the path of a moving vehicle you would at least scream out a warning, or if close enough drag the child back. You wouldn’t stop to think ‘Have I the right?’ or ask permission first from the parents before intervening. Yet we are criticised, particularly by …
Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, 15 Blackall St, Barton ACT 1.30 to 5pm Saturday 14 April 2018 Speakers – first session: Dr Chris McMurray – ‘Population Pressure in the Pacific: not just a matter of numbers’ Since 1982 Chris McMurray has held various teaching and visiting appointments in ANU’s School of Demography. From 1998 until 2002 she …
President, Population Media Center
Thursday 19th November at 7pm
Conservation Council of SA, 111 Franklin St Adelaide
Soap operas, it turns out, can change the world
A Once in a lifetime opportunity for Perth People.
The visit of Bill Ryerson on November 14th.
“How Soap Operas can change the world”.
Saturday, 14th November at 2pm
Social Sciences Lecture Theatre
University of WA.
SPA is supporting the excellent initiative of World Vasectomy Day http://riaus.org.au/events/world-vasectomy-day-2013/ Event Information: When: Friday 18 October 2013 Time: 1:00pm to 7:30pm Where: The Science Exchange, Adelaide High profile vasectomist, Dr Doug Stein, will perform vasectomies on volunteers while fielding questions from the audience. He will be joined by renowned thinkers, academics …
Parliamentarians from South Asia committed yesterday to prioritize people’s health and welfare through meeting their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) needs, particularly those of women and young people.
Meeting in Bangkok, MPs discussed ways to reduce the unacceptably high maternal mortality rate in South Asian countries and how to tackle problems relating to Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal having the highest birth rates among adolescents.
“WILDLIFE Warrior Bindi Irwin is all grown up and ready to rumble.
The late Croc Hunter’s blossoming daughter turns 15 this week and is ready to swap singing and dancing for serious debate. And one of the issues closest to her heart is family planning and birth control to curb overpopulation of the planet.”
Writes Kathleen Donaghey of the Sunday Mail (Qld).
SPA NSW President, Kris Spike, has had an article published in the Newcastle Herald on the 29th of October entitled Control births, feed and teach the living. Control births, feed and teach the living (PDF, 1.97MB) The problem is people and the solution is money for family planning programs, writes Kris Spike. Kris Spike is …