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Donor Profile: Eva Moseley

December 12, 2022 | Articles

Eva Moseley portrait by Joan Burns Eva Moseley has led a noteworthy life since her childhood in Vienna. She emigrated from Austria to the U.S. with her family shortly before the Nazis perpetrated the Final Solution. She attended Mount Holyoke, a Seven Sisters College, earned an MA in Sanskrit and…...

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International Conference on Family Planning

December 12, 2022 | Articles

Pattaya City, Thailand November 14-17, 2022 icfp2022.org *Read a recap of the conference on our blog, here!*   Hannah Evans, Senior Analyst, and Yasmeen Silva, National Field Manager, in the Population Connection exhibit booth Yasmeen showing off our booth design by Mali Welch (who also designs Pop Facts) Nancy Gomes,…...

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Editorial Excerpts, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, leaving the right to control one’s own body and decision to be a parent to the whims of state lawmakers, it fell to advocates and voters to fight to protect reproductive rights. A record six measures concerning abortion were placed…...

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Population Education, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

A Classroom Simulation for 8 Billion and Growing We’ve just reached a huge global population milestone: 8 billion. To help students better understand how we got here and where we might be headed, we use visual representations and simulations in the classroom. One such high school activity is “Where Do…...

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In the News, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

U.S. Abortion Bans Continue to Take Effect, India Expands Access As of late October, at least 13 states had banned most abortions, following the reversal of Roe v. Wade in June. Eventually, about half of states are expected to enact full bans or gestational limits. Some of these states have…...

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Washington View, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

Abortion Was on the Ballot, and Voters Showed Up to Retain Their Rights Note: This column was written using the information available to us at the time of our press deadline, November 17, 2022. Voters across the United States held back the so-called “red wave” predicted by pundits. Reproductive rights…...

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President's Note, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

Humans have been around for less than seven seconds, if we compare our planet’s existence to a 24-hour day—Homo sapiens evolved less than 350,000 years ago, and the earth is about 4.5 billion years old. Even though we just came on the scene, we act like undisputed rulers of the…...

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Virtual Events, December 2022

December 12, 2022 | Articles

Great Groups on the Ground Virtual Events Explore Our New World of 8 Billion Monica Nyiraguhabwa gives a presentation over Zoom Hundreds of members joined us for a mini-series that explored the ramifications of the 8 billion milestone, which we reached on November 15, 2022. These included: Youth Voices on…...

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Field & Outreach, September 2022

September 19, 2022 | Articles

Roe Reversal: Domestic Threat and Global Betrayal Melvine Ouyo is the Founder and Executive Director of Hope for Kenya Slum Adolescents Initiative. Before receiving her master’s degree in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School, she was the Kibera Clinic Director at Family Health Options Kenya. She has been a…...

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Member Spotlight: Chris Ennis

September 19, 2022 | Articles

Christopher Ennis Chris Ennis joined Population Connection in 1999 and has been a loyal member of our President’s Circle since 2016. With a doctorate in math from UC Berkeley, he taught math (of course), physics, and engineering at the college and community college level for the majority of his career.…...

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