The State of the World Population 2018: the power of choice : reproductive rights and the demographic transition
Source TitleThe State of the World Population 2018
PublisherUNFPA - United Nations Population Fund
University of Melbourne Author/sMcDonald, Peter
AffiliationMelbourne School of Population and Global Health
CitationsMcDonald, P. (2018). The State of the World Population 2018: the power of choice : reproductive rights and the demographic transition. UNFPA - United Nations Population Fund.
Access StatusAccess this item via the Open Access location
Not so long ago, most people had large families: five children, on average. Where once there was one global fertility rate, today there are many, with differences wider than at any point in human history. Family size, whether small or large, is intertwined with reproductive rights, which are tied to many other rights, such as those to health and education, adequate income, the freedom to make choices, and non-discrimination. Where all rights are realized, people tend to thrive. Where they are not, people are not able to realize their potential, and fertility rates tend to be higher or lower than what most people really want. State of World Population 2018, UNFPA's flagship report, looks at the global trend towards smaller families, and why fertility matters.
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