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The West can learn a lot from Hungary’s pro-family policies | Catholic Herald
C C Pecknold

While other countries fret about immigration, Hungarians are solving their demographic crisis by a different path

Many liberal democracies are facing a social crisis today because their governments pursued policies which undermined the family.

But since 2010, one country has seen marriage rates increase by a whopping 43 per cent with their divorce rate dropping by 22.5 per cent. Unsurprisingly, with the increase in marriage, 33 per cent fewer women are having abortions today than they were eight years ago. Likewise the national birth rate is currently at its highest in 20 years.

Read more at: https://catholicherald.co.uk/dailyherald/2019/04/25/the-west-can-learn-a-lot-from-hungarys-pro-family-policies/
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