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In 2006, the African Population and Health Research Center began a 5-year study into the health of older people (50 years and up) living in two
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Posted: 22 Feb 2011 08:42 AM PST
The next stages of the BHA’s Census Campaign are well under way, with activity leaving the office (and the internet!) and with people getting on and doing things in their local areas. We had so many requests from local groups for leaflets, that we printed over 60,000 of them, and we’re helping others design and print their own.
The BHA’s Naomi Phillips and Bob Churchill have already been busy visiting local groups around the country, giving talks on the background to the Census Campaign, where the campaign is at now, and why it is so important for any one who is not religious to say so on the form by ticking ‘No Religion’ on March 27th.
You don’t have to be affiliated to the BHA to request a talk – we are really pleased to come to groups such as Skeptics in the Pub or other meetings where local people get together and want to take action! Please get in touch with Lizzie, Census Campaign co-ordinator, if you would like more information.
More ways to get involved and support the Census Campaign
There are so many other ways to get involved:
Visit the Census Campaign website.
Read the blog. Importantly, make sure you tell us what activities you are doing so that we can report on them online!
Don’t forget to tell everyone you know! The success of this campaign really relies on word-of-mouth.
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