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Discussion Paper based on data from the Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) and related surveys which focus on migrants’ family dynamics and relationships
#WeekendRead! Check out a new article by @FCBillari @Nhiekel and Aart Liefbroer. Using @GGP_i data, they explore social stratification in the transition to adulthood in Europe and outline a new theoretical framework https://t.co/Mlb9sQxUSs @Unibocconi @DondenaCentre @NIDI_KNAW pic.twitter.com/j8QNzeDRNG— Population Europe (@PopulationEU) August 23, 2019
Tomorrow, 23/08, @TomEmer28564581 will present "The Generations and Gender Programme : New Methods and New Questions" during the session "Introducing (Under-Utilised) Surveys for European Family Research" at #ESA2019 in Manchester 🇬🇧 https://t.co/nIoZGoeQHl @NIDI_KNAW @GGP_i https://t.co/gq9CeJpsod— GGP (@GGP_i) August 22, 2019
There's still time to register for the 5th @GGP_i User Conference in #Paris! Make sure you fill out the form at https://t.co/QAVnpqAvAB before 15 September to join the conference at the @PSEinfo. More information here: https://t.co/uJsLrF1Mw4 pic.twitter.com/zEIIOtLSV9— Population Europe (@PopulationEU) August 21, 2019
Present on family law, structure, & dynamics at the International Seminar on Family #Demography and #FamilyLaw around the World! Organised by @IUSSP and @U_INRS and hosted by @inrs_ucs in #Canada. #CallforPapers deadline: 15 September. https://t.co/Qq76uB0ftq pic.twitter.com/QBFVVz1ynR— Population Europe (@PopulationEU) August 19, 2019