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Reproductive health in developing countries

place Social Statistics Seminar Room, University of Southampton, UK

Understanding European living arrangements, perspectives from anthropological demography

Living arrangements in Europe are increasingly complex and diverse: from living apart together (LAT) couples, to multi-generational households, to adult children co-resident with their parents.
The ways in which people organise their living arrangements are both cause and consequence of social change. Trends and processes in living arrangements do not operate in a vacuum from other processes
of social change. There are complex inter-relationships between living arrangements and other major life course transitions such as (un)employment, education and geographic mobility.

The future of family support for older people

The future of family support for older people
Workshop London 14-15 May 2009

The European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) Working Group on Demographic Change and the Support of Older People and ESRC (UK ) Programme on Modelling Ageing Populations to 2030 (MAP2030)

See call for Papers
deadline for submissions 27-2-2009

European Population Conference 2006, Liverpool, United Kingdom

This international conference was organised by EAPS in collaboration with the Department of Geography at the University of Liverpool, and sponsored by the European Union, the Economic and Social Research Council (UK), the Institut national d’études démographiques (France), the Population Investigation Committee (UK), the Welcome Trust and the University of Liverpool.


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