The city of Copenhagen has launched a campaign to persuade young couples to have children as the nation faces total demographic collapse.
The drive is part of the national MaybeBaby initiative, which aims to teach young people and children about the dangers of engaging in activity which affects fertility and of having children too late. Inhabitants of the Danish capital now don’t have their first child, on average, until they reach 31 – too mature for women to make the most of their fertility, a factor that prevents many couples from having the number of children they may want.
Compounding this, a fifth of all Danish couples choose to remain childless. Conesquently, the natural population of Danes is in free-fall, and the government is having to welcome mass migration to make up numbers of taxpayers, even though this comes with social costs of its own….