Moscow Demographic Summit 2011


The Population Summit in Moscow Revisited

Marcus Roberts | 14 September 2011
A video from the Population Research Institute about the Population Summit in Moscow back in June.

Finding Our Way Out of the Forest

Don Feder | 11 July 2011
A speech given at the Moscow Demography Summit on Faith, Family and Fecundity.

Summit declaration affirms natural family

Carolyn Moynihan | 04 July 2011
Participants from 65 countries at the Moscow demographic summit have reaffirmed the natural family as “the basic unit of society and the fundamental social value, that is a necessary prerequisite for the very existence of world civilizations and the whole humankind.”

Busy schedule ahead

Marcus Roberts | 29 June 2011
A fascinating and far-reaching discussion about the future of the family is about to kick off in Moscow.

Russian Duma welcomes delegates

Larry Jacobs | 28 June 2011
“Dear Participants of the Moscow Demographic Summit: We welcome you with all our hearts, we wish success to the work of the Moscow Demographic Summit: Family and the Future of Humankind..."
 
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