Publications

Opening for GoldParty, 29/3/19

Click to download the opening speech for GoldParty, 29/3/19

Population, Culture & Climate Change

The need for family planning, 2011, is a resource for medical practitioners, policy makers and others. The communiqué was presented to the Australian Government and received a very positive response from AusAID.

WPF-Population-Culture-Climate-Change.pdf

Charity, Community & Social Media

Charity, Community & Social Media is a practical guide to engage the young set with charities using modern technology. It was launched at WPF annual cocktail party by photographing the moment for FaceBook.

WPF-Charity-Community-and-Social-Media.pdf

WPF Introduction

A video filmed and produced by FilmStretch

Invest in Family Planning and Reproductive Health

Invest in Equality

Thank you to Women Deliver

Charity, Community & Social Media is a practical guide to engage the young set with charities using modern technology. It was launched at WPF annual cocktail party by photographing the moment for FaceBook.

Invest_in_Equality_Dec_2015.pdf

PNG Population Doubling

PNG doctor, Prof Mola, explains the profound need for family planning as the PNG population now doubles every generation.

Wanted Children

Alice Oppen and Maria Deveson-Crabbe, CEO of Marie Stopes International Australia. Read these speeches.

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Population Pressures

In 2011 a round table of 19 diverse experts found causal links between issues of family planning, women’s enablement, population size, food security and climate change. Family planning was identified as being crucial in Australia’s response to the UN Millennium Development Goals. Experts had considered perspectives of science (environmental and medical), religions, cultural beliefs and traditions which guide behaviour and government policies, as well as barriers to acceptance of overt funding, program design and delivery, public understanding and political imperatives.

Read publication from the forum:

Population Culture & Climate Change

Why Family Planning Matters

In developing countries, 225 million women have an unmet need for Family Planning, which causes every year:

74 Million Unplanned Pregnancies,
28 Million Unplanned Births,
and 36 Million Abortions

$16

At a cost of less than $16 per person, we could supply a year’s supply of modern contraceptives to 222 million women.

By 2030 we will require 2 planet earths to meet humanity’s demand for renewable resources - but we have only one earth.

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