Download GGP Newsletter Issue 43 - newly restyled with dynamic data visualizations, updates from GGP, upcoming events and recent publications with GGP data.
Discussion Paper with state of the art on how & why women and men differ in their life course trajectories & the consequences for health & wellbeing.
This animation explains the purpose of a research infrastructure & specifically insights GGP offers researchers & policy makers into families' lives today.
RT .@PopulationEU : Increases in #ageofretirement may affect grandparents’ availability for #childcare. This might be detrimental to mothers’ labour force participation if #worklifebalance policies are not secured - @ValeriaBordone @brunoarpinoBCN - https://t.co/a4s39tNjxG https://t.co/qrAQ54XXgF— GGP (@GGP_i) January 8, 2019
Good day GGP Users & Friends! Have you seen the #CallforPapers from .@GenderWorkGroup Gender and Working Lives Symposium on 15 March? https://t.co/Ak3H8szLGF. Papers welcome from sociology & across the social sciences incl interdisciplinary. #earlycareer #Postgraduate https://t.co/G37qWIehNs— GGP (@GGP_i) January 3, 2019
New Year Reads :: Gender (In)Equality over the Life Course #DiscussionPaper #10 #StateoftheArt on moving from gender as control in statistical analyses to understd'g how & why women's & men's life course trajectories differ & consequences https://t.co/Q3ZRrjuaQB @PopulationEU pic.twitter.com/PyQRcdFZ50— GGP (@GGP_i) January 2, 2019
Find out what's in store for the #GGP2020 round of data collection in the webinar by @PopulationEU & @GGP_i https://t.co/suSeVIZTxe @pu_unece @progedo @WiCVienna @INED @NIDI_KNAW @FCBillari @SGHWarsaw @HDRI_Budapest @Unibocconi @SSB_Norway @SUDA_Sthlm pic.twitter.com/4MZJWwFwRH— GGP (@GGP_i) December 27, 2018