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Report on population issues
Bib ID 6813104
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Australia, author
 
Description [Canberra?] : [Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs?], 1994 
171 pages ; 30 cm 
Notes

Cover title.

"Prepared in response to the program of action of the United Nations International Conference on Population and Development 1994"

"This document has been coordinated by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs with input from relevant Government agencies"--Page 3.

1st draft.

Subjects Population -- Congresses.  |  Australia -- Population.  |  Australia -- Social policy.  |  Australia -- Social conditions
Other authors/contributors Australia. Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, issuing body  |  International Conference on Population and Development (1994 : Cairo, Egypt)

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