This one-day conference will be held at the Pew Research Center, 1615 L Street NW, Suite 800, Washington, D.C. 20036 (just before the beginning of the 2020 PAA Annual Meeting). No travel support is available for this conference. [...]
22.04.2020, 4.30 p.m. (CEST)
Prof. Dr Peter Scholten
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Mainstreaming Versus Alienation: Coming to Terms With Complexity in the Governance of Migration and Diversity
20.05.2020, 4.30 p.m. (CEST)
Dr Luicy Pedroza
GIGA Institute of Latin American Studies
Citizenship Beyond Nationality: The Political Rights of Migrants Across Countries and Regions
17.06.2020, 4.30 p.m. (CEST) [...]
The purpose of the IUSSP Scientific Panel on Family Demography and Family Law is to foster the study of the connection between changes in family law and changes in family structure and family dynamics while assuming as little as possible about the specifics of the connection.
The seminar will focus on themes related to trends in life expectancy, healthy life expectancy, and lifespan inequality; causes and consequences of inequalities in health and mortality; modeling and forecasting mortality inequality; methodological innovation in research on aging and its implications for longevity.
World Population Deputy Program Director Raya Muttarak is organizing a cyberseminar in the context of the Population and Environment Networks (PERN) that she is also chairing. The cyberseminar provides a platform for dynamic engagement between scientists from different disciplinary communities to advance the conversation centered on the nexus of population-climate change-food security.
This course provides an applied introduction to modern and flexible statistical techniques for modeling demographic data. You will learn to master flexible models to extract the most from your data with the fewest assumptions.