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Thu
Jan 14
Join Jeron Spijker (Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics) on the topic of the Changing age and family structures are altering the provision of elderly care in Spain. [...]
Mon
Jan 25
Understanding Society is hosting a weeklong series of debates, designed to look beyond the pressures of reacting to COVID-19 and inform thinking about policy direction. [...]
Mon
Jan 25
Throughout the current COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have been widely requested to contribute scientific evidence about various aspects of the pandemic, including their long-term social consequences. However, in many cases, advice had to be given tentatively and with an understanding of uncertainty due to not only a lack of sufficient data but also to the nature of science itself. [...]
Mon
Feb 01
This event will explore Europe’s ‘refugee’ or ‘migration’ crisis, asking whether Europe has changed since, and what happened to the people who arrived and the policies that governed their arrival. [...]
Tue
Feb 02
This online conference provides applied demographers with a unique opportunity to participate in a conference built to showcase their work and strengthen their personal network. [...]
Wed
Feb 03
The 12th Conference of Young Demographers will take place 3-5 February 2021 at Charles University in Prague. It will give young researchers the chance to present their current research and discuss it with colleagues from other countries and fields. Dr. Mariona Lozano Riera and Dr. José Manuel Aburto will give keynote lectures. [...]
Wed
Feb 10
In this webinar, Anna Baranowska-Rataj and Jonas Voßemer will discuss the role of differential risks and the consequences of couples’ unemployment on growing educational inequalities in subjective wellbeing across the life course. [...]
Tue
Feb 23
The ISA Executive Committee has decided that the IV ISA Forum of Sociology will be held online, starting on February 23, 2021. All activities that have been prepared will be maintained and the abstracts selected for the Forum initially planned in July 2020 remain valid for the Online Forum to be held in February 2021. [...]
Tue
Feb 23
Dr Vanessa Hughes examines the intersection between immigration status, life-course, and the experience of time. Based on ethnographic research, she looks at how time and life-course transitions are experienced by young people who are in constant encounter with the immigration regime in the UK. [...]
Tue
Feb 23
From February until May 2021, the Department of Sociology at Vrije Universiteit Brussel organises a series of webinars with topics including migration, the welfare state, ageing, and health. [...]

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