Population

WORLD MORTALITY RPT 2015 HIGHL

World Mortality Report 2015 Highlights

Series:
Statistical papers - United Nations (Ser. A), Population and vital statistics report
1 Nov 2017
World Mortality Report 2015 Highlights is a publication that provides an overview of the estimated and projected trends in mortality at the world level, for development groups and major areas; the analysis also focuses on country and regional data for selected mortality indicators. In addition to...
WORLD POPULAT AGEING 2015

World Population Ageing 2015

Series:
Statistical papers - United Nations (Ser. A), Population and vital statistics report
1 Nov 2017
Accurate, consistent and timely data on global trends in population age structure are critical for assessing current and future needs with respect to population ageing and for setting policy priorities to promote the well-being of the growing number and share of older persons in the population. ...
STRENGTH DEMOGRAPH EVIDENCE BASE

Strengthening the Demographic Evidence Base for the Post-2015 Development Agenda

A Concise Report

Series:
Statistical papers - United Nations (Ser. A), Population and vital statistics report
18 Sep 2017
In September 2015, the General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes 17 ambitious goals to ensure a sustainable future for humanity. The Sustainable Development Goals, together with 169 targets that further specify the achievements expected, will guide the a...
WORLD

The World's Cities in 2016

Series:
Statistical papers - United Nations (Ser. A), Population and vital statistics report
16 Sep 2016
In 2016, an estimated 54.5 per cent of the world’s population lived in urban settlements. By 2030, urban areas are projected to house 60 per cent of people globally and one in every three people will live in cities with at least half a million inhabitants. Understanding the key trends in urbaniza...
WORLD MORTALITY RPT 2015 (CHART)

World Mortality 2015 (Wall Chart)

Series:
Population Studies
12 Aug 2016
The World Mortality 2015 provides a comprehensive set of mortality estimates for the world’s countries and their aggregates, along with an inventory of the availability of primary data for the estimation of adult and child mortality at the national level.
WORLD FERTIL PATTERNS 2015 DATA

World Fertility Patterns 2015

Data Booklet

Series:
Population Studies
28 Jul 2016
This data booklet summarises and presents key fertility indicators on world fertility patterns from the latest population estimates and projections, World Population Prospects 2015. The relevant data and evidence are made available in an easily accessible manner.
WORLD POPULAT 2015 (CHART)

World Population 2015 (Wall Chart)

Series:
Population Studies
31 Mar 2016
This informative wall chart provides useful statistical data on world population. The data pertain to annual growth rates, crude birth rates, crude death rates, life expectancy and infant mortality.
TRENDS CONTRACEPTIVE USE 2015

Trends in Contraceptive Use Worldwide 2015

31 Mar 2016
Comprehensive and timely estimates on global trends in family planning are critical for assessing current and future contraceptive demand and setting policy priorities to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and the realization of reproductive rights. This report presents a c...
UN DEMOGRAPH YRBK 1985 V37

United Nations Demographic Yearbook 1985, Thirty-seventh issue

(Incl. Special topic: Mortality statistics)

Series:
Demographic Yearbook (Ser. R)
1 Jan 1986
The Demographic Yearbook is a comprehensive collection of international demographic statistics prepared by the Statistical Office of the United Nations Secretariat. The Demographic Yearbook 1985, which features the results of population censuses as the special subject, is the thirty-seventh in a ...
UN DEMOGRAPHIC YRBK 1957 V9

United Nations Demographic Yearbook 1957, Ninth Issue

Special Topic: Mortality Statistics

Series:
Demographic Yearbook (Ser. R)
31 Dec 1958
The 1957 Demographic Yearbook is the 9th in the series published by the Statistical Office of the United Nations and the 2nd devoted primarily to mortality statistics in accordance with the "special topic" rotation plan.