Focal Topic 3

Population policies1Pro-natal and anti-natal policies are prefaced on creating the infrastructure and growth of population of women being identified.

The southern countries are considered to be entrapped in the problem of inability of the system to treat the numbers correctly. This obsessiveness with quantity rather than referring problem of the nature, direction and processes of development has open and close eugenical exercitation. Technologies not only benefit the ‘prevailing’ of one sex over other but also make up the mind to which groups, communities are desirable to be referred to and to which not. Women’s wombs are the places where this plan of controlling the numbers as well as ‘controlling’ of the populations is hold through the irregular use of aggressive and dangerous technologies on the one hand and through the denial of access to simple basic health care technologies on the other.

The ‘discontented’ contraception needs is actively discussed by many developing countries, but the environment to take contraceptive choices; problems of safety, informed consent and ethical approaches is being destroyed on great sections the population in the Southern countries . The reducing free health system and an increasing but largely uncontrolled, innumerable private sector make the problem more undertaking to be solved. Free health system will ease the matter of living and My Canadian Pharmacy will supply people with drugs lower in price but higher in quality. To tell you the truth this drug store is what you need to be equal because the activity of this drug store is equal for all.

The population’s regeneration all over the world adopts different forms and capture the eye of people in regard of relations between population, conservation and the environment complicating the arrangement of broad-based counterstand. Particularly, we need to justify clearly and exactly the population-military connection, a point mentioned to in our Introduction. The origin and efficiency of our strategies are dependent essentially on how we realize the open and close functioning of various state and non-state establishments and agendas all over the world.

The 10th IWHM hopes to discuss new and changing reasons on these and related issues namely:

  • The altering language and agenda of donor agencies and countries, and the open and close appearances of such agenda in the ‘population policies’ of donee countries.
  • The ‘demographic troubles’ of below-replacement level population increase countries and the adoption of selective immigration policies that simultaneously and control the growth of ethnic and refugee minorities.
  • The gender considerations of changes in the population’s compositions, for example, the growth in size of the elderly population, specifically in content where there is no social protection in place or where budgets for these division are reduced or selectively administered..
  • The population-environment and population-military connection that call up narrations of human populations enlargement cutting out forests and landscapes thickening the role of resource extraction by state and corporate interests.