"No population policy has ever been successful". Discuss the…
"No population policy has ever been successful". Discuss the statement.
Parental leave with a benefit of 80% income for 13 month.
The right to return to work after leave
All-day daycare as well as all-day schools so that parents can go to work without worrying about their children.
The unconditional right to do part-time work. For example, to pick up children from school
A Cash-Child benefit of 900€ per child
To decrease the total fertility rate, as well as the crude birth rate, in order to slow the population growth.
These policies are seen in countries of rapid population growth.
One child policy
To combat against aging population
control birth rate
more young people to against the old population
reduce the probability for an other aging population after
increase the working age
kill old people
Yes, no population policy has ever been successful
No, some policies still working