WORLD FAMILY POLICY CENTER    

1999 World Family Policy Center Forum

1999 Forum (entire document, 55 pages)
 

Why We Must Act to Preserve the Families of the World
Elder Dallin H. Oaks, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

What Is Family? Who Is Person? Questions for International Law
Father Robert John Araujo, S.J., Gonzaga University School of Law

Strengthening the Family for Development: Policy Implications
Emmanuel Babatunde, PhD, director, Honors Program, Lincoln University

Work in the Home: Building Enduring Relationships
Kathleen Slaugh Bahr, associate professor of marriage, family, and human development, Brigham Young University

“Hear Me, Understand Me, Love Me”: Pleas to Parents from Adolescents Around the World
Brian K. Barber, professor of sociology, Brigham Young University

The Family as the Fundamental Unit Of Society
Allan C. Carlson, president, the Howard Center

The Dignity and Worth of the Human Person
Jeanne E. Head, RN, International Right to Life Federation

The Generational Family
Terrance D. Olson, professor of marriage, family, and human development, Brigham Young University

The Family and Civic Life
Daniel N. Robinson, distinguished research professor, Georgetown University

Is Preference for Marriage in the Law Justified?
Lynn D. Wardle, professor of law, Brigham Young University

Human Rights and the Family
Kathryn Balmforth, executive director, World Family Policy Center

 



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