Why the future of our population matters? | Workshop & Training for analysts, journalists & public policy experts

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.

Speakers include:

  • Anne Berrington, Joint Head of Social Statistics & Demography and Professor of Demography & Social Statistics, University of Southampton
  • Anne H, Gauthier, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), Director of the Generations & Gender Programme (GGP), Professor of Comparative Family
    Studies, University of Groningen
  • Emily Grundy, Director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Professor of Population Science, University of Essex
  • Hill Kulu, Professor of Human Geography and Demography, University of St Andrews
  • Wendy Sigle, Professor of Gender and Family Studies, The London School of Economics and Political Sciences

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