This animation explains the purpose of a research infrastructure & specifically insights GGP offers researchers & policy makers into families' lives today.
This issue of At A Glance offers recent research studies using GGP datasets, calls for papers and the launch of the GGP's animated short film!
Interested in launching GGP in your country? View the Population Europe & GGP webinar held on 16 May online. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further inquiries.
GGP Impact Facts | @GGP_i contributes to national discourses through pro-active dissemination of GGP-based research to national & international policy- & decision-makers on #DemographicChange #family #fertility #gender #inter-generationalsupport https://t.co/4fG4GR524D pic.twitter.com/3OYSmZmb8d— GGP (@GGP_i) July 20, 2018
Learning from Mum | .@GGP_i data used by K. McGinn et al to examine influence of maternal employment on adult children's outcomes & "...provid[e] counterpoint to persistent beliefs & rhetoric that employed women negatively affect families and society" @SAGEsociology @HarvardHBS https://t.co/cMExyxwpS9— GGP (@GGP_i) July 19, 2018
How do social science research infrastructures such as @GGP_i support researchers, policy makers & civil society address societal challenges through international #opensource #longitudinal data resources? Watch our two-minute animated film to find out!https://t.co/tw8XBeaTV9 pic.twitter.com/sDvkGYV7HF— GGP (@GGP_i) July 19, 2018
What does @GGP_i data reveal? | Andersson, Thomson & Duntava update Andersson & Philopov's life-table est's w/survey data from 18 co's on family dynamics & children's experience of disruption https://t.co/7eWHbX4sZw @UU_University @SUDA_Sthlm @Stockholm_Uni @DemographicRes pic.twitter.com/9MZ5UuDXji— GGP (@GGP_i) July 19, 2018