حديث الثلاثاء: رهانات التحولات الديموغرافية: ماذا بعد بلوغ 8 مليار نسمة في العالم؟

November 15, 2022

يتزامن هذا اليوم، 15 نونبر 2022، مع تجاوز عتبة 8 مليارات نسمة، ويمكن أن يصل هذا العدد إلى 10 مليارات في عام 2050. ومع ذلك، فإن النمو السكاني يتباطأ من عام إلى آخر على المستوى الدولي على الرغم من أن نسب الخصوبة والولادات متباينة بحسب المناطق. في هذا الإطار، قامت بعض البلدان، بمرور الوقت بتعديل سياساتها السكانية استجابة للحقائق الديمغرافية الجديدة والناشئة. فأين تتجلى أهم هاته الاتجاهات الديموغرافية في العالم الذي يضم اليوم 8 مليارات نسمة؟ كيف يمكن تمكين كل فرد وسط هاته التغيرات وتداعياتها على المجتمعات؟ وكيف يمكن بناء مؤسسات قادرة على الصمود أمام التغيرات الديموغرافية في المستقبل بالتركيز على النظم الاقتصادية لتلبية حاجيات السكان بدل تركيز الجهود على تغيير أعداد السكان لتلبية احتياجات النظم الاقتصادية؟
 

Speakers
Imane Lahrich
Program Officer, Policy Center for the New South
Imane Lahrich is a Program Officer within the Partnerships and Research Support department of the Policy Center for the New South since 2019. Previously, she worked as a Project Manager in a Strategic Intelligence firm focusing on strategic analyses, information risk management and communication of influence (2017-2019) in the fields of geopolitics and security. Prior to that, Imane worked as a research and management consultant during three years for several civil society organizations and research centers on themes related to international development, democratization process and the Rule of Law (2014-2017). Imaneholds a Master degree in Political studies with a focus on Public Action from Mohammed V University of Rabat, and a Bachelor of Excellence in Political Science from ...

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