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App "A Life Journey"
The Travelling Exhibition “How to get to 100 – and enjoy it”
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The Network of Europe's Leading Demographic Research Centres
Getting Out What You Put In: Having highly educated children is associated with reduced mortality risk for parents
Money and Babies: New study challenges the idea that having a child increases men’s income
Childcare Availability Has Substantial Positive Effects on Fertility Among Dual-Earner Couples in Belgium
Short Course: Fundamentals of Digital and Computational Demography
Application deadline: 31 October
Call for Papers: IV ISA Forum of Sociology
Deadline: 30 September
Call for Papers: ISA RC28 Summer Meeting 2020 - Accumulation and Compensation of Inequalities
Deadline: 1 October
Study and Career
Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow (m/f/x)
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), Deadline: 11 October
Research Associate (PostDoc)
GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Deadline: 6 October
Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowships
Cornell University, Deadline 15.10.
News from the Network
New Social Policy and Law Shared Database
SPLASH is now online!
European Social Survey - Online Consultation Launched
The online consultation will close on Tuesday 24 September.
Wolfgang Lutz Elected Member of the Academia Europaea
Congratulations on the successful nomination!
GLORI 2.0 - Global Longitudinal Research Initiative
Population Europe App "A Life Journey"
The travelling exhibition “How to get to 100 – and enjoy it” is now available as an app!
Fertility Intentions: Getting the Right Insights by Asking the Right Questions
A policy brief and web feature from the Population Reference Bureau.
Dr Tobias Vogt
Assistant Professor at Population Research Centre, University of Groningen
Dr Aline Désesquelles
Research Director, Institut national d'études démographiques (INED)
Prof. Dr Nico Keilman
Professor of Demography, Department of Economics, University of Oslo
Partners & Collaborations
Why the Future of our Population Matters?
GGP-EPI Training for Social and Political Stakeholders: Why the Future of our Population Matters?
The 2019 "Population" Young Author Prize
Delaying Retirement: Progress and Challenges of Active Ageing in Europe, the United States and Japan
Sweet Child of Mine
Ageing and Life Expectancy
Family and Children
Migration and Integration
Projections and Forecasts
Society and Solidarity