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Policy Communication Toolkit Guide

This live recording of the Policy Communications Toolkit webinar walks participants through navigating the toolkit website and customizing the toolkit materials to fit your advocacy needs.

Studies Document Mass Incarceration’s Toll on Families

March 2017: Article New studies add to the growing body of research on the toll U.S. mass incarceration is taking on prisoner’s children and families. Three recent articles in the journal Demography document the spillover effects of the prison boom on family poverty, couples’ relationship stability, and child well-being.

Data in New Wallchart Show Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Declining in Many Countries

February 2017: Article New evidence suggests that the share of women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is declining in many countries, with girls less likely to be cut than previous generations of women.

Youth Contraceptive Use: A Reference Guide of Effective Interventions

March 2017: Report Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programming for married and unmarried youth ages 15 to 24 is critical to improve the health, social, and economic outcomes of future generations. However, youth face many more barriers to accessing and using contraception than older people, including provider refusal, restrictive laws or policies, limited contraceptive options, stigma, and sociocultural pressures to have children early. Despite growing commitment to the rights of youth to access contraceptive services, governments and their partners lack clear guidance on supporting interventions that ensure their commitments are realized.

International Women’s Day 2017

March 2017: Event International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8, has many different versions of its origin—linked to women’s voting rights, to labor issues, to political upheavals—but all agree that it started more than 100 years ago. Yet it was only in 1975 that the United Nations General Assembly began celebrating March 8 as International Women’s Day. Now it is celebrated in more than 100 countries and is an official holiday in more than 25.

Zika Crisis Highlights Importance of Family Planning

February 2017: Article (February 2017) One year after the Zika global health emergency, World Health Organization (WHO) director-general, Margaret Chan, urged sustained attention to two important weaknesses in global health preparedness revealed by the Zika crisis—insufficient national mosquito control programs and poor access to family planning services.

Global Youth Family Planning Index: Measuring Commitment to Effective Policy and Program Interventions

October 2016: Report Governments around the world have made great strides in creating policies that support young people. Increasingly, countries have formalized the rights of adolescents and young people to access sexual and reproductive health services. Despite growing commitment from decisionmakers, many barriers remain for young people who want to use contraception.

Todays Research on Aging

August 2013: Article As part of the University of Michigan's efforts to disseminate research results from Centers for the Demography and Economics of Aging supported by the National Institute on Aging, PRB produces an e-newsletter series called Today's Research on Aging.

In Memoriam: Hans Rosling

February 2017: Article We at Population Reference Bureau were extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Hans Rosling, an eminent visual communicator of data with whom we had the great fortune to collaborate.

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Men as Contraceptive Users and Family Planning Clients

Overall use of contraceptives has increased globally, but use of modern male methods (condoms and vasectomies) remains low. Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) target of universal access to reproductive health by 2030 will be difficult without men’s participation.

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