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The global trend towards smaller families, including in Asia and the Pacific, is a reflection of people making reproductive choices to have as few or as many children as they want, when they want. When people lack choice, it can have a long-term impact on fertility rates, often making them higher or lower than what most people desire. 

Family size is closely linked with reproductive rights, which, in turn, are tied to many other rights, including the right to adequate health, education, and jobs. Where people can exercise their rights, they tend to thrive. Where these rights are stifled, people often fail to achieve their full potential, impeding economic and social progress. 

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HelpAge Newsletter

Newsletter produced and published by HelpAge International Asia and the Pasific on the Occasion of Regional Conference on Ageing.

"The third issue of our Asia Pacific newsletter ‘Connect’ explores how HelpAge global network members exchange learning about effective fundraising, how gender equality is promoted through intergenerational self-help clubs in Vietnam, and how electronic cash transfers are being used to deliver social protection in Myanmar."

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Tabriz Statement

The Ministry of Cooperatives Labour and Social Welfare of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in collaboration with UNFPA and HelpAge International held a Regional Forum on Policy Implications of Population Ageing in Tabriz in July 2017

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Policy Papers on Emerging Population Issues in I.R. Iran

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Executive Summary- Population Situation Analysis of I.R. Iran

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This situational analysis provides data oninternal migration& urbanization in Iran.

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This new report features newly collected data on youth in Iran

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Final 6th CPD IRAN APPROVED EB

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UNFPA Iran has launched a comprehensive report on female-headed-households in Iran

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UNFPA Iran has conducted an extensive mapping of ageing in Iran

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