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Chart of the Month - July 2016

Rapid Population Increases Ahead for African Cities

The continuous population growth in Africa is currently leading to an increased urbanisation and expansion of major cities. While there are only seven cities with more than five million inhabitants on the African continent at present, there will be 18 by 2030. As the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB) reports based on data from the UN Population Division, these 18 cities will be home to approximately 176 million people ... More

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06 Jul 2016

1st European Meeting of the Biomarker Network: Program Now Available

At the first European meeting of the Biomarker Network which takes place in advance of the European Population Conference 2016 in Mainz the following sessions are offered: More: 1st European Meeting of the Biomarker Network: Program Now Available …

Chart of the Month - July 2016

30 May 2016

Moves from West to East: Berlin and Saxony Make the Difference

In 2014, for the first time, more people moved from Western to Eastern Germany than vice versa. This ended the Eastern German emigration trend that had persisted since reunification regarding the intra-German balance of migration. > More

Chart of the Month - July 2016

20 Apr 2016

Young Parents Work over 60 Hours per Week

Mothers of two children, one of whom does not yet go to school, spend 61 hours a week on household work and employment, on average. Of these 61 hours, 23 are spent on household chores, 17 on childcare, 15 on employment, and 7 on commuting. > More

Registrierung EPC

24 Mar 2016

EPC 2016 in Mainz: Register Now

Registration for this year's European Population Conference (EPC) is now possible. The biggest European symposium for demographic research will take place in Mainz, Germany, from 31 August until 3 September 2016, and is being organised by the BiB in cooperation with the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS). More: EPC 2016 in Mainz: Register Now …

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