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The International Center for Research on Women (ICR W), in collaboration with UNF PA, adapted the International Men and Gender Equality Survey methodology to understand the intrinsic relationship between masculinity, son

preference and intimate partner violence in seven states of India. This research brief presents and discusses the findings of this study for the state of Madhya Pradesh.

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The International Center for Research on Women (ICR W), in collaboration with UNF PA, adapted the International Men and Gender Equality Survey methodology to understand the intrinsic relationship between masculinity, son

 

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What is sex selection? What are its root causes? How does it impact India's sex ratio at birth? What can we do to address this illegal practice?  This booklet answers such vital questions, and more...

 

 

 

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This report is an outcome of research collaboration between the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), New Delhi, the Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore and the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on "Assessing the Quality of Civil Registration System Data at the District Level". The study assesses the quality of civil registration data and derives district-level estimates of vital indicators - crude birth rate, crude death rate, infant mortality rate, still birth rate, sex ratio at birth, and sex ratio at death for the year 2011.

 

 

 

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The report provides the results of a study undertaken by the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) in partnership with the UNFPA India and Asia and Pacific Regional Office. The study looks at men’s attitudes and practices around gender inequality, son preference and intimate partner violence. The objective is to understand predictors of masculinities and how varying forms of masculinity affect men’s desire for sons and their perpetration of violence against their intimate partners.

 

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The Information Sheet has been developed based on SAMA's work on ART on Ten Things One Should Know About Assisted Reproductive Technologies

 

 

 

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United Nations Population Fund collaborated with Institute for Social and Economic Change (Bangalore), Institute of Economic Growth (Delhi) and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Mumbai) - to conduct primary survey on  socio-economic status, health and living conditions of the elderly. To encourage young researchers, data was shared for deeper analysis and the working paper series II brings out specific areas of investigations about the lives of the elderly.

 

 

 

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This manual is designed for a 10-day capacity-building programme covering introduction to demography, demographic data sources, population age-sex structure, quality of data and adjustments, basic measures and concepts of fertility, mortality, migration, urbanization and nuptiality. Further, it demonstrates standardization of rates and ratios, population projection, demographic models and selected software packages used in demographic analysis

 

 

 

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This data sheet captures data highlightson Rural-Urban Distribution of Adolescent and Youth Population for both National and sub-national level. This a collaborative efforts of UNFPA with ORGI and data is based on special tabulation of 2001 and 2011 census data.

 

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This publication maps existing evidence on gender biased sex selection in the Indian context, weaving in significant social debates and policy developments that have influenced perceptions, and pathways to action. It offers practical suggestions to advance the path of critical inquiry by focusing on different domains such as family and household, education, labour and employment, and on institutions that directly or indirectly aid or combat the practice of sex selection.

 

 

 

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