Registration workshop "The formal demography of kinship"
16 november 2022 - Academy Building Utrecht
Workshop The Formal Demography of Kinship: Theory and Application

Organisers: Hal Caswell (University of Amsterdam) & Diego Alburez-Gutierrez (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)

When: Wednesday 16 November, 11.45-13.00
During the first round of parallel sessions at the Dutch Demography Day in the Academy Building of Utrecht University

What: read here

To participate in this workshop, registration for the Dutch Demography Day is required.
You will need to bring your laptop.

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Registration Dutch Demography Day 2022
16 november 2022 - Academy Building Utrecht
Register here for this year's Dutch Demography Day, taking place in the Academy Building of Utrecht on Wednesday 16 November.

The following registration costs are charged: €65 for NVD members, €95 for non-members, €90 for new NVD members, €30 for Bachelor and Master students. Session chairs and invited speakers can participate free of charge. Note any outstanding membership dues need to be cleared first.

Payment of registration is by direct debit ("automatische incasso"). If you wish to instead transfer the costs directly, this is possible as well for a surcharge of €5. 

Abstract submission Dutch Demography Day 2022
16 november 2022 - Academy Building Utrecht
Submit your abstract here for this year's Dutch Demography Day, taking place in the Academy Building of Utrecht on Wednesday 16 November. 
Inschrijven: 7 juni 2022 - 25 september 2022

Seminar: An End to Rural Population Decline? (online)
29 juni 2022 - Online
Are regional population preferences changing?


Covid-19 has significantly affected migration flows, both at the national and the international level. Migration levels were down as a result of lockdown and other restrictions. People were forced to work from home, and discovered that they could be productive without being at the workplace. Moreover, cities were seen as places with higher risks of contamination of the virus. In this seminar we will put together recent empirical evidence of regional migration patterns in European countries to verify if these covid effects are visible in changes in interregional migration flows. A number of renowned researchers from various European countries will shed light on recent developments in their countries. In particular, they will focus on the following questions:
  1. To what extent have migration patterns changed since the start of the pandemics
  2. To what extent are these changes likely to be structural, or are there signs that there will be a reversal of these changes?
  3. Is covid the single most important factor, or are there other factors responsible as well.  

Presently, the covid pandemic is barely over, and might even return with a new variant in the fall of 2022. In individual countries, the evidence of its effects on interregional migration so far may not always be very clear yet. By sketching a broad picture across European countries we hope to discern some common patterns that may give more weight to the individual observations.

The seminar will take place on June 29th from 13:30 to 17:00 PM.
The meeting is hybrid and is open to anyone interested, to participate either online or on-site (Heymans Building, University of Groningen; see other registration form). 
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