We had announced previously that the next meeting of the GGP Council would be held in Italy, in concert with the European Population Conference 2020 (which has now been cancelled). Due to the contingency measures to contain COVID-19, it was decided that the meeting will still take place on the same date but will be Online. It will be held, from 13:00-15:00 (Amsterdam time) on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.
The GGP Council meeting will be the occasion to discuss further with national teams their progress towards fielding the new GGS. The GGP Council meeting is also open to other national teams who have not yet considered the possibility of participating in the GGS2020.
Given the format of this meeting, we need to restrict participation to one person per national team. We therefore ask national teams to designate this representative and to inform the GGP Central Hub about the name of this person. Please also indicate if she/ he would like to make a short presentation during the meeting (presentations will be limited to 5 minutes) – please email firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 June 2020.
13:00: Welcome, adoption of minutes, adoption of agenda
13:10: Short presentation from the Central Hub about recent developments
13:30-14:45: National teams presentations (5 minutes each)
14h45: Q&A, conclusion and next meeting
We ask all national teams provide a brief update on the activities and progress in their country by 25 May. This is vital to help us track progress and monitor developments. You can fill out the report here:
To consult the minutes and documentation of the last meeting that took place in Paris in October 2019 please consult: http://www.unece.org/index.php?id=52229.
General queries may be directed to email@example.com.
The Generations and Gender Programme, in collaboration with INED and the IUSSP, is delighted to announce the 5th GGP Conference to be held 24-25 October 2019 at the Paris School of Economics. Here you can find the book of abstracts for all the presentations, oral and poster.
This international conference aims to bring together researchers working with data from the Generations and Gender Survey and invites them to present and discuss their most recent methodological approaches and empirical findings. The conference provides a forum for exchange of ideas among current as well as prospective GGP users, policy makers and the research community at large. There will also be a Data Visualization Workshop on 22-23 October, details of which can be found here.
An exceptional lineup of keynote speakers will bring valuable insights and offer their experitse on diverse topics including the impact of economic insecurity on fertility in Europe (Daniele Vignoli), demographic trends in post-socialist countries (Sunnee Billingsley), and relationship formation in the digital age (Michael Rosenfeld).
Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence, Italy
Daniele Vignoli is Full Professor of Demography at the University of Florence, where he teaches Demography, Social Demography, and Longitudinal Data Analysis. He coordinated national and international research projects. Currently, he leads an ERC Consolidator Grant on “Economic Uncertainty and Fertility in Europe”. His research interests address: family-related behaviors, comparative family demography, family life courses, and family events and subjective well-being.
Sunnee Billingsley, Stockholm University, Sweden
Sunnee Billingsley is Associate Professor (Docent) in Sociology at Stockholm University. She studies the effects of social stratification, social policy and social change on demographic patterns. Her research interests include: comparative and micro level analyses of fertility and mortality trends, demographic change in post- communist countries (Russia in particular). She is also studying the demographic effects of social mobility in Sweden, focusing on both mortality and fertility.
Michael Rosenfeld, Stanford University, California
Michael Rosenfeld is Professor and Chair of Sociology at Stanford University, where he also teaches Changing American Family, and Intro to Data Analysis. He studies mating and dating, the Internet’s effect on society, family history and family law (especially as they relate to same-sex couples and their children). He is currently working on “How Couples Meet and Stay Together”, a longitudinal study of social life in the US, funded by the National Science Foundation.
GGP User Conference
PSE – Paris School of Economics
48 Boulevard Jourdan
You can print your poster up to A0 format (1200mm height, 800mm width).
Parisian cruise on the River Seine: the Tennessee Boat – Itinerary
If you have any questions regarding the conference, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Emery (NIDI), André Grow (MPIDR), Jennifer Holland (Erasmus), Ariane Pailhé (INED)
What does the data revolution tell us about population trends and what does it not tell us? Is childbearing increasingly becoming a problem of social justice? Does a higher proportion of older people and pensioners increase the likelihood of intergenerational conflicts? What role do differences in the coexistence of migrant families play in their economic integration?
On Monday, 19 November 2018, the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research / Population Europe in collaboration with the British Embassy in Berlin, the UK Science & Innovation Network, the Generations & Gender Programme and the London School of Economics and Political Science will offer a workshop for analysts, journalists and other experts who work at the interface between science, politics and the public to answer these questions.
For programme and registration, please use the following buttons:
The Generations & Gender Programme is holding a GGP Northern Europe Regional Meeting on Thursday, November 29th, in Stockholm. The Regional Meeting is being hosted by SUDA at Stockholm University.
The aim of the Regional Meeting is to provide updates from the GGP’s Central Coordination team about recent developments, including methodological innovations, and to discuss the need for comparative data on fertility and family dynamics in Northern Europe.
Light refreshments will be provided throughout the day and lunch will also be provided. Invited participants can request expenses for travel and accommodation from the GGP central coordination team by emailing email@example.com.
The agenda for the day can be found here. We kindly ask all participants to register using the form below:
The agenda for the GGP Latin America Regional Meeting is now available online!
Download the agenda here and note that it is still possible for interested parties to join the event by completing the registration form below.
The Generations & Gender Programme is holding the GGP Latin America Regional Meeting on Tuesday, October 23, in Puebla, Mexico during the VIII International Congress of the Latin American Population Association.
The aim of the meeting is to provide updates from the GGP’s central coordination team about recent developments and to discuss opportunities to expand the GGP in Latin America. The meeting is an opportunity to learn about the methodological innovations that the GGP is currently introducing.
Time & date : 14:00 – 17:00 hrs | Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Location : Salón B-203 | Universidad Iberoamericana | Puebla, Mexico
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El Generations & Gender Programme organiza una Reunión Regional de GGP América Latina el martes 23 de octubre en Puebla, México. La Reunión Regional de GGP América Latina se llevará a cabo durante el VIII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Población.
El objetivo del encuentro es informar a los participantes sobre los avances más recientes del Equipo de Coordinación Central del GGP y debatir sobre las oportunidades para el GGP en América Latina. En particular, la reunión será una oportunidad para aprender sobre las innovaciones metodológicas que el GGP está introduciendo actualmente.
Hora y fecha: 14:00 – 17:00 hrs | Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Local : Salón B-203 | Universidad Iberoamericana | Puebla, Mexico
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O Generations & Gender Programme está a organizar a Reunião Regional do GGP na América Latina na terça-feira, 23 de Outubro, em Puebla, México. A Reunião Regional do GGP na América Latina decorrerá durante o VIII Congresso Internacional da Associação Latino-Americana de População.
O objectivo do encontro é informar os participantes acerca dos desenvolvimentos mais recentes da Equipa de Coordenação Central do GGP e debater acerca das oportunidades para o GGP na América Latina. Em particular, a Reunião será uma oportunidade para descobrir mais acerca das inovações metodológicas que o GGP está actualmente a introduzir.
Hora e data : 14:00 – 17:00 hrs | Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Location / Local / Localização : Salón B-203 | Universidad Iberoamericana | Puebla, Mexico
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