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Calls for Papers

Europe, migrations and the Mediterranean: Human mobilities and intercultural challenges’
Deadline: 10/12/2017
Organisers: IMISCOE Research Group “Diversity, Migration and Social Cohesion (Div/Mig/Soc)” Dr Marta Kindler (Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw) Dr Aneta Piekut (Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield)   [...]
Deadline: 31/12/2017
The annual conference 2018 of the German Society for Demography (DGD) is held in collaboration with the Netherlands Demographic Society (NVD). The primary focus of the conference is the relationship between family behavior, fertility and intergenerational relationships. Questions that are to be addressed in this conference are: How did family and fertility behavior change across generations? How do parents’ and children’s fertility behavior, child preferences and partnership dynamics relate to each other? [...]
Deadline: 30/09/2017
Le vieillissement est un défi global, qui concerne l’ensemble des populations de la planète. Actuellement plus prononcé au Nord, il s’observe déjà dans les pays du Sud où il sera d’ailleurs plus rapide. Vieillir est aussi un défi personnel pour chaque individu, soucieux de maintenir son identité et sa dignité. Pour son 20e colloque et son 40e anniversaire, l’Association Internationale des Démographes de Langue Française vous invite à explorer ces niveaux d’analyse et leurs articulations, à travers quatre axes : [...]
Deadline: 15/02/2018
The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Bocconi University cordially invite submissions to a conference on the Postponement of Parenthood, with support from the European Research Council. Please visit http://www.demogr.mpg.de/go/costpost2018 for more information and the latest updates.   Venue and Dates: The conference will take place September 3-6, 2018 at Villa Vigoni, Lake Como, Italy.   [...]
Deadline: 15/01/2017
Separation and divorce have become increasingly prevalent also among couples with minor children in recent decades. Although union disruption is always a distressful event, it is most consequential for couples with minor children. Regardless of the end of their partnership, the couple is obliged to stay in contact to coordinate and negotiate their parental responsibilities. Typically, separation and divorce entail that the family splits into separate households. [...]