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Policy Briefs

Title: GLC Resolve Award Innovation Profile: Tanzania
Date: June 2014

Title: GLC Resolve Award Innovation Profile: Peru
Authors: Aspen Global Health and Development
Date: June 2014

Title: GLC Resolve Award Innovation Profile: Afghanistan
Date: June 2014

Title: Family Planning Promotes the Demographic Dividend
Date: December 2012

Title: Reducing Financial Barriers to Reproductive Healthcare
Date: July 2012

Title: Family Planning is the Missing Investment
Date: March 2012

Title: The Freedom Savings Credit: A Practical Step to Build Americans' Household Balance Sheets
Authors: Lisa Mensah, Raymond O'Mara III, Colby Farber, Robert Weinberger
Date: February 2012

Title: Homeland Security and Intelligence: Next Steps in Evolving the Mission
Date: January 2012

Title: The Population-Climate Connection: Why Family Planning is a Win-Win for Women and the Planet
Date: December 2011

Title: Population Growth, Reproductive Health and Sustainable Development
Date: December 2011

Title: Social Security: The House that Roosevelt Built
Authors: Pamela Perun, Patricia Dilley
Date: July 2011