Mark Mather, associate vice president in U.S. Programs at PRB, wrote “Break It Down (The Pop Song)” to explain demography basics to younger audiences. Watch it and follow Mark’s advice to “sing along.”
PRB creates multimedia ENGAGE presentations in collaboration with local implementing agencies in selected countries.
Distilled Demographics is a series of educational videos that highlight key concepts such as fertility, mortality, and migration.
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Christelle Kwizera, an activist from Rwanda, spoke at the High-Level Ministry Meeting at the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning, to provide a youth view on policy for family planning and reproductive health.
Phil Martin, professor and chair of the Comparative Immigration and Integration Program at University of California, Davis, talks about the global challenge of managing migration.
This webinar presented short-term and long-term consequences of job loss and unemployment for families in the United States.
Jason Bremner, program director of Population, Health, and Environment at PRB, talks about how family planning is one of the most cost-effective ways of addressing climate change.
PRB's ENGAGE Presentation, "The Family Planning Ripple Effect: Children Survive and Nations Thrive," aims to improve understanding of the health benefits of family planning for mothers and children.
In this installment of Distilled Demographics, Carl Haub, senior demographer at PRB, breaks down the dynamics of population momentum, explaining its causes and effects.
Richard Cincotta, a demographer-in-residence at The Stimson Center, talked with PRB about about population and the rise and stability of liberal democracy.
This webinar, held on Sept. 13, 2013, highlighted the main findings from PRB's 2013 World Population Data Sheet.
Kate Gilles, policy analyst at PRB, began with a short presentation introducing participants to a framework for the policy process and how policy change happens.
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