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"Moscow Demographic Summit: Family and the Future of Humankind

- Mon, May 9th 2011

"Moscow Demographic Summit: Family and the Future of Humankind" will be the first ever International Demographic Summit to be held on Earth.

It is the first time an international Pro-Life and Pro-Family event of this scale will take place in Russia. More than 1,000 participants are expected to take part in the Summit: 300 foreign guests (including top demography & family researchers, scientists and activists, US Congressmen and Senators) and 700 participants from all over Russia and the CIS.

Participation of the leading international scholars and scientists, as well as Russia's State and Church leaders, US Congressmen and Senators will help to raise the importance of the Moscow Demographic Summit, attract media and public attention. All that will help to save thousands of innocent lives, as many anti-Family initiatives in Russia will be postponed or canceled, as a result of the Summit.

Leading international demographers and scientists' articles and researches will be published in English, Russian and Spanish languages as a separate book that will be distributed among the leading universities and libraries around the world.

About the Russian Demographic Summit Preliminary topics for the demographic summit include:

1.Demographic Winter
2.Family Breakdown
4.Culturally induced desire for smaller families
5.Voluntary Childlessness
6.The Decline of Marriage, Late Marriage
7.Drugs Related Problems
8.Drugs Legalization Dangers
9.Alcoholism's negative effects on demography
10.Mothers' Employment Outside Home
11.Role of Religion in promoting Family
12.Role of Government in reversing declining
13.Low Fertility and Birthrates
14.Low Birthrates and Economic Decline
15.Factors impacting on Low Birthrates
16.Problems of an Aging Society
17.Juvenile Justice System
18.Role of Media in the Demographic Behavior
19.Population Control Mechanisms

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