NTA12 Agenda Day One


Professor Ronald Lee, Co-Director of the National Transfer Accounts Network

Dra. Verónica Montes de Oca, President of the Latin American Association of Population (ALAP)

Sr. Arie Hockman, Representative of the United Nations Population Fund

Dr. Paulo Saad, Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Center (CELADE)

Lic. Patricia Chemor Ruiz, Secretary General of the National Population Council, Mexico

Opening Session, Panel Discussion: Opportunities and Challenges of the Demographic Transition for Meeting the 2030 Agenda, the SDGs, and the Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development

Population Matters for Development. Population Dynamics, the 2030 Agenda, and the ICPD beyond 2014, Sr. Pablo Salazar Canelos

Support Ratios and Demographic Dividends. Estimates for the World, Professor Andrew Mason, Co-Director of the National Transfer Accounts Network

Demographic Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Development. The 2030 Agenda and the Montevideo Consensus, Dr. Paulo Saad, Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Center (CELADE)

The Demographic Transition and the Demographic Dividend in Africa, Dr. Latif Dramani, University of Thies, CREG/CREFAT

The Demographic Transition and the SDGs in Asia. Evidence from National Transfer Accounts, Professor Sang-Hyop Lee, University of Hawaii and East-West Center

Session 1: The Demographic Situation and NTAs in Mexico, Moderator: Dra. Leonor Paz Gómez, National Institute of Statistics and Geography

The Sociodemographic Profile of Mexico, Dra. María de la Cruz Muradás Troitiño, General Director of Sociodemographic Studies and Prospective, CONAPO

National Transfer Accounts in Mexico. Policy Implications, Labor Market, Iván Mejía Guevara, National Accounts Network—Mexico

Session 2: Investment in Childhood, Adolescence, and Youth, Moderator: Paulo Saad

Investment Initiative for Adolescents and Youth in Latin America and the Caribbean, [in Spanish] Ivan Castellanos, United Nations Population Fund

Youth Investment in Mexico, Mtro. Diego de la Mora Maurer

National Strategy for the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy. An Inter-Institutional Policy in Mexico, Lic. Patricia Chemor Ruiz, General Secretary of the National Population Council

Session 3: Gender Dividend: Make Women's Work Count, Moderator: Mtra. María de la Paz López Barajas, General Director of Autonomy and Empowerment for Equality of the Women's National Institute

Global Perspective on Estimates and Implications of the Counting Womens Work Project, Gretchen Donehower, University of California at Berkeley, Principal Investigator, Counting Women's Work

Counting Womens Work by Socioeconomic Status in Colombia, Piedad Urdinola, National University of Colombia

Counting Womens Work and Policy Planning. Linking Results with Policy. The Case of Costa Rica, Pamela Jiménez Fontana, Central American Center of Population

Counting Womens Work and the G20 Gender Initiative, Estela Rivero, University of Notre Dame

Session 4: Population Aging and its Economic Consequences, Moderator: Conception Patxot

Opportunities and Challenges of Population Aging in Latin America and the Caribbean, Dr. Paulo Saad, Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Demographic Center (CELADE)

Population Aging and its Economic Consequences in Europe, Tanja Istenič, University of Ljubljana

Economic Consequences of Populating Aging in Asia, Bazlul H. Khondker, Dhaka University and South Asian Network on Economic Modeling (SANEM)

Populating Aging and its Consequences in Africa, Morné Oosthuizen, School of Economics, University of Cape Town

Closing Ceremony








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