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The network and its partners offer a broad range of interactive tools, educational materials, videos and software, which explain major demographic trends and can be used in school classrooms, universities and other educational facilities.

In cooperation with the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, a podium discussion was held to discuss the relationship between science and policy. [...]
The New Questionnaire of the Generations & Gender Survey: What are the innovations? with Dr Tom Emery (Deputy Director of GGP)   [...]
The New Questionnaire of the Generations & Gender Survey: What are the innovations? with Dr Tom Emery, Deputy Director of the GGP   [...]
Our partners at the Spanish National Research Council, Center for Humanities & Social Sciences, Institute of Economy, Geography & Demography, Research Group on Demographic Dynamics have an ongoing lecture series entitled "Demography Today". [...]
This short video will introduce you to Population Europe and our network. More information is available on on our About page. Follow us on Twitter or Like us on Facebook! [...]
SHARE, the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, is a multidisciplinary longitudinal survey for the study of the social, economic and health situation of people aged 50 and older in Europe. In 2004, SHARE started collecting representative data of the generation 50+ in eleven countries. Today, data from 27 European countries and Israel is available. SHARE has collected data from 140,000 respondents in 380,000 interviews. [...]
The world population is growing older. With continued declines in fertility and mortality, the global population's shift toward an older age structure, known as population aging, will accelerate. Older adults' (ages 65+) share of the global population increased from 5 percent in 1960 to 9 percent in 2018 and is projected to rise to 16 percent by 2050, with the segment ages 85 and older growing the fastest. Children's (ages 0 to 14) share is falling, from 37 percent in 1960, to 26 percent in 2018, with a projected decrease to 21 percent by 2050. [...]

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