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|Title:||Australia and International Treaties : Population|
|Citation:||Australian Geographer, 1995; 26(1):53-60|
|Publisher:||Geographical Society of NSW|
|Abstract:||"The separation of environmental and population issues globally is reflected in the fact that the setting of international agendas to tackle them was for all intents and purposes undertaken at separate international meetings--the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and the International Population Conference in Cairo in 1994. This paper presents an overview of Australia's international involvement in population issues and suggests that until recently Australia had played a minor political role in international population initiatives primarily, and perhaps ironically, because it has been a world leader in demographic research and teaching for several decades."|
|Keywords:||Environment; Demography; Population Dynamics; International Cooperation; Developed Countries; Politics; Public Policy; Population; Health Planning; Policy Making; Organization and Administration; Australia; Pacific Islands; Congresses as Topic; Power, Psychological|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography, Environment and Population publications|
Australian Population and Migration Research Centre publications
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