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Demographic Insights 2/2014 - Immigrants & Education
18/12/2014- Press Releases
Demographic Insights 2/2014 - Immigrants & Education
Europe’s youth is becoming increasingly diverse. On average 10% of all fifteen-year-olds are so-called second generation migrants – at least one of their parents was born in another country. Recent research takes a closer look at immigrant children’s education and how our school systems could work better for everyone.
Call for papers: iPOPs International Conference
27/02/2015- Call for papers
Call for papers: iPOPs International Conference
This international conference organized by iPOPs aims to probe this world of inequality, be it protean, sharp-edged or diffuse, openly acknowledged or concealed behind an egalitarian political philosophy. The conference organizers welcome proposals focusing on the dynamics of inequality and on the reshaping or worsening of this inequality. Potential themes include: • How population science can help to study and understand inequality • Inequality for whom? • Political treatment of inequality • Measuring inequality: how does the choice of method affect analysis? • Geography and inequality Find more information following the link below or downloading the info document (PDF).
"Immigration Control Would Require Perfect Knowledge of Inherently Unpredictable Things” – Interview with Don Flynn
10/12/2014- Statements
"Immigration Control Would Require Perfect Knowledge of Inherently Unpredictable Things” – Interview with Don Flynn
The Science and Conditions of Ageing
10/12/2014- Webcasts
The Science and Conditions of Ageing
On 9th December 2014, the Nobel Week Dialogue was held in Stockholm. Representatives from politics, society and the scientific community – among them many Nobel Laureates – came together to engage in dialogue on aging society. MPIDR-Director Jim Vaupel took an active part in the discussions. The theme of the third Nobel Week Dialogue was "The Age to Come - New scientific and cultural perspectives on ageing". Watch all the speeches here. MPIDR-Director James W. Vaupel gave a talk on the demographic consequences of an aging society, his presentation starts at 13:30.
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