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Clues to Reduce Mortality Inequalities
09/10/2015- Pop Digests
Clues to Reduce Mortality Inequalities
The question of how to reduce inequalities in mortality, which are caused by a range of risks factors, such as smoking or obesity, is one of the biggest challenges for European health policies.
Population Europe Newsletter / Fall 2015
07/10/2015- News
Population Europe Newsletter / Fall 2015
The quarterly newsletter of Population Europe, the network of Europe’s leading demographic research centres, includes news, new publications, and upcoming events in the next three months.

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Paperless Marriages with Children?
07/10/2015- Pop Digests
Paperless Marriages with Children?
Towards a convergence of childbearing among cohabiters across social classes in Latin America
Union formation in Latin America has long been characterised by the coexistence of marriage and consensual unions as part of the family system. Traditionally, consensual unions have been widespread among the disadvantaged social groups and in rural areas, while exceptional among the better-off.
Population Insights - First Issue Out Now
06/10/2015- News
Population Insights - First Issue Out Now
Population Europe has launched a new publication series: “Population Insights”. In this two-page publication, which will be brought to you four times a year, three concise categories (Food for Thought, Figures in Focus, and Demography & Policy) will present the latest research findings from our network and will provide a European perspective on pressing demographic issues.
In the first issue of Population Insights, Francesco C. Billari from the University of Oxford explains why we need “Fast Data for Fast Demography”, Roland Rau and Christina Bohk-Ewald, both from the University of Rostock, provide new statistics on Greek life expectancy in light of the crisis, and Anna Matysiak (Wittgenstein Centre Vienna) and Ivett Szalma (Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences) discuss why getting parental leave policies right is a difficult endeavour. 
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