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.
Interview with Anne-Sophie ParentBalancing work and family duties is already quite a challenge for lots of Europeans. Yet in the future, the care-needs of an increasing number of elderly people have to be met as well. How can modern family structures and childless people cope with these challenges? What can be done by individuals, as well as by society? Population Europe asked Anne-Sophie Parent: Q: Which challenges does ageing mean on an individual level? [...]
Interview with OECD Analyst Harald WilkoszewskiRising life expectancy, prospects of longer working lives and diminishing pension funds - most debates about demographic change seem to revolve around older people. But what about the younger generations, what are their prospects in Europe’s ageing societies? An interview with Harald Wilkoszewski, Analyst at the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) of the OECD’s Directorate for Education. Population Europe (PE): What challenges do the younger generations face as a result of demographic change? [...]
Interview with Christine WeissPopulation Europe: Mrs. Weiss, all of Europe is being confronted with demographic change. The general life expectancy is rising. In your opinion, are these developments a risk or a window of opportunity? [...]