Researchers and collaboration partners of Population Europe as well as eminent experts from leading organisations contribute to the debate on demographic developments that are of public interest by providing insights into pressing policy issues.
A Reflectionby Jakub Bijak Forced migration, related to armed conflict or persecution is unpredictable . Crises such as the recent one in Syria happen frequently all over the world, forcing many people to flee and seek asylum outside of their home countries. In the Syrian case, over four million refugees have already been registered outside of Syria by October 2015. [...]
Interview with Melinda Mills and Maria Letizia TanturriWho is considered a childless person in your research? [...]
Interview with Don FlynnPopulation Europe: What do you consider the most pressing issue in Migration politics that the EU has to resolve right now? [...]
Interview with Fabrizio Bernardi and Juho HärkönenPopulation Europe (PE): To what extent growing up with divorced parents affects children? [...]
Interview with Helga de ValkHelga de Valk on meeting and mating in the European Union single market: Population Europe (PE): Why is research on intermarriage relevant for the future of the European Union? [...]
Interview with Marc GoffartPopulation Europe: What is the EU’s interest in research on families? Marc Goffart: The EU’s research interest in families dates back to the late ‘80s, but actual policy developments (at the EU and international level, such as the OECD) are of more recent nature, which have initially centred around the demographic developments in Europe. [...]