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Demographic landscape in South Asia: youth bulge and ageing

Demographic landscape in South Asia: youth bulge and ageing

The Brooks World Poverty Institute at the University of Manchester has published issue 12 of 'worldpoverty@manchester' policy briefing.


The brief, by Moneer Alam and Armando Barrientos, outlines opportunities and challenges presented by recent demographic changes in South Asia.

Click here to read it.

21.10.2014
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