The Law Commission Chairman’s statement comes a day after Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced his government’s proposed population control policy. However, the UP government has not issued any official confirmation of a law formulated along the same lines. Aditya Nath Mittal, Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Law CommissionRead More →

Grandstand web deskNew Delhi, April 21 Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut has called on the Indian government to have a stricter policy on population control. Ranaut, who is often outspoken about his opinions and generally indifferent to criticism, wrote on Twitter: “We need strong laws for population control, enough electoral politics,Read More →

Center said he was against forced family planning. (Representative) New Delhi: The Center told the Supreme Court that India is unequivocally against forcing family planning on its people and that any compulsion to have a certain number of children is counterproductive and leads to demographic distortions. . In an affidavitRead More →

[Editor’s note: The following post was submitted by Lauren Salmiery, National Field Director for the Population Connection Action Fund in response to an essay published by Policy Watch on Nov. 20 entitled “A 1960s population control organization rebranded in 2002. Now it’s recruiting UNC students.”] In response to “A 1960sRead More →

Recently, when asked if he would take action to “curb population growth” because “the planet cannot sustain that growth,” Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said yes, noting that he would focus on “poor countries around the world”. Former Vice President Joe Biden, one of Sanders’ rivals and current leading contender forRead More →

The Government of Canada has issued a report concluding that the country’s mistreatment of Indigenous women constitutes genocide, citing, among other parodies, non-consensual sterilizations. In North America, various biases motivate coercive population control policies; in Asia, where most forced sterilizations take place today, the unfounded alarmism of overpopulation acts asRead More →

CAIRO — Egypt’s failing economy has prompted authorities to become explicit about family planning, one of the most private issues in this traditional Muslim country. As the Egyptian population reaches the 100 million mark, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi launches a campaign entitled “Two is enough”. The campaign, backed by the UnitedRead More →