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Population Europe webinars include an online presentation by an eminent population scientist on a topic of high policy relevance. The moderated session after the presentation is supposed to foster a discussion between the presenter and the audience.

VULNER Webinar: 'Bridging Legal and Empirical Research Methods in Migration Research - What are the Challenges?'
In this VULNER project webinar, Anuscheh Farahat and Marie-Claire Foblets discuss how legal and empirical research methods can be mobilized in efficient and convincing ways that ultimately support the development of evidence-informed migration policies.
Webinar Translating Migration Theory into Empirical Propositions
On 11 December, the QuantMig project hosted a discussion with Jørgen Carling (Peace Research Institute Oslo, PRIO), Mathias Czaika (Danube University), and Marta Bivand Erdal (PRIO), moderated by Jakub Bijak (University of Southampton) about migration studies moving away from a more theoretical approach to empirical propositions that have a strong evidence base.
Discussion Beyond COVID-19: Population Challenges Ahead
In honour of the German presidency of the Council of the European Union, State Sectretary Dr Markus Kerber (German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community) and Prof. Dr Arnstein Aassve (Bocconi University) discussed what are the demographic parameters which support – or might prevent – individuals from being better prepared for the challenges of the pandemic.
Lost in Transition? Women in Rural and Underserved Communities
Panel debate with Alanna Armitage (UNFPA), Colin Scicluna (Cabinet of the Vice President of the European Commission for Democracy and Demography) and Leo van Wissen (NIDI and University of Groningen) about how to create more attractive living conditions and better and innovative job opportunities for women in rural communities.  
Webinar 'The Aftermath of 2015 – Lessons Learnt From the So-Called Migration Crisis in Germany'
Five years after the so-called migration crisis of 2015, researchers evaluate its main impacts on governance: Have the legal and administrative provisions met the challenges? How can we improve to be better prepared for future immigration waves? Watch our webinar with researchers from the Research Initiative on Migration of the Max Planck Society: The Challenges of Migration, Integration and Exclusion.
VULNER Webinar: 'COVID-19 and Border Closures: How are Vulnerable Migrants Affected?'
As the COVID-19 epidemic has spread across Europe and beyond, border closures are deeply affecting migrants. During this webinar, migration scholars take stock of legal and policy measures adopted in the EU and Canada, discuss how these measures have impacted vulnerable migrants and examine some of the solutions that have been set in motion.