Population and Sustainability Network (PSN) is an advocacy organisation and international network that works to advance understanding of the relationships between population, health and sustainable development issues and to promote integrated approaches to these interconnected challenges.
We bring together development, environment and reproductive health NGOs, government departments, policy research organisations and others for cross-sector discussion and collaboration to increase awareness of the significance for sustainable development of both population and consumption factors and the importance of universal access to reproductive health and rights, including voluntary family planning services.
Our Network members comprise organisations based in the UK and overseas with diverse specialisms but shared interests and concerns.
PSN is a UK-based international network and UN-registered Partnership, founded in 2003 by the Margaret Pyke Trust, a UK Registered Charity (No.1064672) within which PSN operates.
Further information about who we are and how the network operates is provided in the FAQs.