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Population Europe Inter-Faces are a series of video interviews with leading demographic experts on Population Europe’s YouTube channel and other video material of general interest produced by the partner institutes. Users can gain first-hand insights about demographic developments, which may affect individual life courses and future policies.

INED celebrated its 70th anniversary with special conferences, September 22, 2015. In this roundtable animated by the journalist Thierry Guerrier, the participants were : Cris Beauchemin (INED), Geneviève Jacques (La Cimade), Victor Piché (University of Montréal), Mirna Safi (Sciences po Paris). Realisation: Odile Gras © Institut national d’études démographiques [...]
Les familles se sont profondément modifiées depuis les années 60 : réduction de leur taille, diversité des statuts conjugaux, croissance du nombre de divorces et des recompositions familiales, montée de l’activité féminine… Quelles évolutions ont le plus affecté les rôles des hommes et femmes au sein de la famille ? Comment faisait-on famille hier et comment le fait-on aujourd’hui ? Quelles sont les conséquences en termes de droits des parents ? Le 22 septembre 2015, l'Ined célébrait ses 70 ans lors d'une journée-débats. [...]
En France, près d’un habitant sur cinq est aujourd’hui âgé de 65 ans ou plus, soit environ 11,6 millions de personnes, dont plus de la moitié ont atteint ou dépassé les 75 ans. Pour apprécier les changements aux âges élevés l’espérance de vie en bonne santé devient une donnée clé. Hommes et femmes sont inégaux face à la maladie et à la mort mais l’inégalité est aussi sociale. Dans quelle mesure vieillit-on différemment au Nord et au Sud ? Quelles sont les principales maladies auxquelles ont à faire face pays développés et pays en développement ? [...]
À l'occasion des 70 ans de l'Ined, lors de la journée-débats organisée le 22 septembre 2015 au CentQuatre, Paul-André Rosental, professeur à Sciences po et chercheur associé à l'Ined, retrace le contexte idéologique de la création de l'institut et des années suivantes. D'autres ressources et informations sur le site des 70 ans : http://70-ans.site.ined.fr/fr/ Réalisation: Odile Gras [...]
Paul-André Rosental (INED-Sciences po) presents the historical and ideological context of the early years of INED. Realisation: Odile Gras © Institut national d’études démographiques The Population Europe Inter-Face Series has been published with financial support from the Progress programme of the European Union in the framework of the project ”Supporting a Partnership for Enhancing Europe’s Capacity to Tackle Demographic and Societal Change”. [...]
"The demographic behaviour of the parents is reproduced by the children" - an interview with Aart Liefbroer. Questions: [...]
An interview with Agnese Vitali (University of Southampton) on female breadwinners. Questions: 1. Looking at the income of European families, who is typically the “breadwinner” these days? 2. Are there typical scenarios of how women become the main earner? 3. Are there European countries where the numbers of female breadwinners are especially high, and what are the reasons for this? 4. What has changed the most about the income situation of families over the last decade, and what will the development be like in the next ten years? [...]
An interview with Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer (Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)) on temporary and permanent migration 1. The media sometimes says that migrants from outside Europe marry a European national in order to obtain citizenship. But all the bi-national couples I know married for love – so what is the truth about sham marriages? 2. I often hear that international migrants, once they have citizenship rights, bring their whole extended family into the country – is that really common? [...]
"Having children is always going to be a risky initiative" - an interview with Anna Cabré Questions: 1. What do you consider the biggest myth in demography? 2. How big a problem do you consider fertility decline to be? 3. How could the gap between the number of children people wish to have and actual birth rates be bridged? 4. From an historical perspective: how have families changed? 5. What circumstances do people need for having children? [...]
An interview with Anna Matysiak (Vienna Institute of Demography, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital) on childlessness. Questions: 1. When friends ask me why I don’t have children, I can’t really name a reason, apart from “it just never happened”. Is that also the case for other childless women? 2. What are the most important factors in the life histories of childless women? 3. Are these factors universal, or did you find country differences? [...]

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