Proceedings of the World Population Conference, Belgrade, 30 August-10 September 1965.

Fertility; family planning; mortality.
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1, Summary Report, 30 August–10 September This publication contains the proceedings of the first conference on Science and Social Issues, which was devoted to the topic of world population. Speeches are divided into two major groups: (1) population and the environment, the natural science view; and (2) population and society, the social view.

Topics include population and natural resources, economic development, ethical values, and.