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European Population Conference 2018, Brussels, Belgium

The next European Population Conference (EPC 2018) will convene in Brussels, Belgium at Vrije Universiteit from 6-9 June 2018

European Population Conference 2016, Mainz, Germany

The program of the European Population Conference 2016 had over 120 parallel sessions and three poster sessions. To view the program visit the conference website at http://epc2016.princeton.edu.
For other information visit http://epc2016.de.

 

European Population Conference 2014, Budapest, Hungary

The European Population Conference 2014 (EPC 2014) was organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in collaboration with the Hungarian Demographic Research Instittute (HDRI).

EPC 2014 was a general population conference and had a special focus on the demographic interpretation and evaluation of the post-communist transition. The conference took place from 25–28 June in Budapest, in the main building of the Corvinus University and (for the Closing and Award Ceremony) in the Upper House Hall of the Parliament.

European Population Conference 2012, Stockholm, Sweden

The European Population Conference 2012 was organised by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in collaboration with the Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA). As usual EPC 2012 was a general scientific conference covering a broad range of population issues. "Gender, policies and population"was the special theme of EPC 2012 which received special attention during the opening session as well as a range of simultaneous sessions.

European Population Conference 2010, Vienna, Austria

The European Population Conference 2010 (EPC 2010) was organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) in collaboration with the Vienna Institute of Demography (VID). The conference convened in the University of Vienna. EPC 2010 covered a wide range of topics in population studies and had as a special topic "Population and Environment" where the focus was on the interactions between demographic trends and climate change as well as other environmental issues.

European Population Conference 2008, Barcelona, Spain

The EPC 2008 was a general scientific conference where Migration and Migrants in Europe received special attention in the plenary session.

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.

European Population Conference 2003, Warsaw, Poland

This international conference was organised by EAPS in collaboration with the Institute of Statistics and Demography at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), the Committee of Demographic Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Polish Demograpic Society, the Central Statistical Office of Poland and the Polish Governmental Population Council under the honorary auspices of the President of the Republic of Poland His Excellency Aleksander Kwasniewski.

European Population Conference 2001, Helsinki, Finland

This international conference was organized by EAPS in collaboration with the Family Federation of Finland (Väestöliitto), the Finnish Demographic Society, and the Central Statistical Office of Finland at the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Väestöliitto. The conference aimed at providing insights into the variations in European population trends and patterns, the various contexts which shape this variety, and its consequences.

European Population Conference 1999, The Hague, The Netherlands

This European Population Conference (EPC1999) was jointly organized by the European Association for Population Studies (EAPS) and the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), in collaboration with the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), Statistics Netherlands and the Netherlands Demographic Society.

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