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Pro-Natal and Anti-Natal Policies

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Matthew Hogue

on 17 May 2011

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Transcript of Pro-Natal and Anti-Natal Policies

Pro-Natal and Anti-Natal Policies Pro-Natal Policies- Policies that promote human production. These kind of policies are in place because areas of developing countries need more people in order to have a larger population. Anti-Natal Policies- Policies that are against human reproduction. These policies are created to solve demographic problems, such as overpopulation, famine, and depletion of energy resources. Pro-Natal Policies France In France during the year of 1939, the "Code de la famille", a pro-natal policy was passed. Offered cash for women who stayed at home to care for children. Banning of the sale of contraceptives, or items that prevent impregnation. (Repealed in 1967) Mongolia In Mongolia, there are no early marriage restrictions Women with four, six, and eight children get medals and money for each child depending on how many they have. Women are given a 101 day maternal leave and cannot under the Labor Law be dismissed from jobs while in maternal leave or with a child under one year old. Estonia Since 2004, women have been paid to have babies and are given paid income during maternal leave for up to 15 months. The government is looking into allowing subsidies for nannies and paying women for the number of children they have. Anti-Natal Policies China In 1979,the one-child family policy placed restrictions on family size and spacing, which determined whether or not a second child would be allowed. Second children are permitted if the family lives in underpopulated areas, the first child is disabled, or the first child is a girl of over 5 years old. Those who do not comply with policies can get money and/or jobs taken from them. India The Indian government tried to create restrictions during the 1960's. The people of India could not be forced though, and these restrictions were unsuccessful. However, the introduction of these restrictions have dropped the overall fertility rate in India by a large number. United Nations The U.N. has proposed five incentives to prepare for the anti-natal policies to start. After these incentives have been given, the government will try to convince people that abortion and family planning are good. Eventually, the people will be forced between political and financial pressure to follow. The Cultural Influence of these policies are to keep a medial populaton and fertility rate. Pro-natal policies are to raise population of an area to average and anti-natal policies are to decrease population to average. The effect it will have on the future is that slowly all areas with these policies will eventually start to become stable and medial sized. When this happens, developing countries with pro-natal policies will become as populated as developed countries with anti-natal policies. Overall, these policies are in place to insure the health and safety of our people and our planet. Thanks for watching!
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