Population Reference Bureau

Population Reference Bureau
Data on population and its trends worldwide

Providing current news and analysis on themes related to population’s conditions, fluxes, and trends such as education, economic development, migration, families, etc., the Population Reference Bureau (RPB) website aims to inform people, expecially those living in developing countries. The website provides plenty of demographic data-sheets, research papers, news bulletins, and other comprehensive documents about population, health, and the environment at the global level. A key feature of this site is its staff capacity to transform technical and research data into accurate, easy-to-understand information. All publications, data and tools are explained and guides to demographics are provided. Well designed and easy to navigate, this resource is quite useful for PS scholars as well as for policymakers and the general public. Most content is available free of charge, downloadable in pdf or ppt files, while an annual individual membership entitles to receive PRB publications on paper and other extra benefits. Other important features are a printer-friendly format and an email option for each page, as well as customizing tools. A keyword search and a detailed datafinder cover the entire database. A smaller version of the website content and interface is also available in French and Spanish.

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