Unit 4 Macro: Development Issues: The Baby Boom in Zambia
In this special report from BBC reporter Fergus Walsh, the rapid population growth in the African country of Zambia is examined. Population growth in the country is so quick that it could perpetuate deep poverty in the country despite relatively fast growth in recent years. In Zambia, the UN predicts that the population could triple by 2050, reaching 100 million by the end of the century.
Our popular Economics Teacher National Conference takes place on Monday 22 June 2015 at the superb Wellcome Collection Auditorium on Euston Road in Central London. This is the leading enrichment CPD event for Economics teachers in the UK and always attracts a good number of teaching colleagues from further afield too!Confirmed speaker line-up:Duncan Weldon - BBC Newsnight Economics Correspondent (Economic Policy after the Election)Sir Paul Collier, Oxford University - Where next for Development Economics?Adrian Woolridge (The Economist) - The Great DisruptionDavid Smith (Economics Editor of the Sunday Times) Prospects for the UK EconomyOur delegate prices are:Single Delegate - £175 per personDepartment Deal - £125 per person (for two or more colleagues attending from the same school or college)PGCE / NQT - £75 per person