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Are you an early-career life course researcher? Submit your paper to @NCCR_LIVES for their Best Paper Award for Early Scholars. Usually awarded during the @SLLShome conference, the award honors vulnerability and life course research. Deadline: 30 June. https://t.co/g3JpZKRUza pic.twitter.com/HhXUlBH6Ai— Population Europe (@PopulationEU) May 29, 2020
The latest research on family patterns of immigrants in Europe! 🌍— Population Europe (@PopulationEU) May 26, 2020
By a great team - Tina Hannemann (@OfficialUoM), Hill Kulu (@CPCpopulation), Amparo González-Ferrer (@CCHS_CSIC), Ariane Pailhé (@InedFr), Leen Rahnu (@TallinnUni) & Allan Puur (@estpop). https://t.co/1ai3ZHWHgP pic.twitter.com/D0BZTT5N0B
This year the @GGP_i is celebrating 20 years. To remember the dedication and contribution of many colleagues to the Programme, today we highlight the role of Prof. John Hobcraft in the early steps of the GGP. https://t.co/dQ51BkETUw @UniOfYork @NIDI_KNAW pic.twitter.com/I3MVAlZZxq— GGP (@GGP_i) May 25, 2020
Congratulations Dr. Koops!— GGP (@GGP_i) May 25, 2020