Hear from prominent members of the British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) on local population change and policy challenges in the era of ‘levelling up’, followed by an open policy forum for questions from attendees, ending with a networking reception.
Join us for this policy forum event to reflect and celebrate 50 years of the British Society for Population Studies (BSPS). We will discuss local population change and policy challenges in the era of ‘levelling up’. The event will also disseminate knowledge on complex local population variation and the value of data, provide an opportunity for discussion between cross-sector experts, and create a lasting message about the value of the BSPS and population and demography studies.
Professor Jane Falkingham, Director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change and PI of Connecting Generations, VP International and Engagement, University of Southampton.
Professor Nicola Shelton, President of the British Society of Population Studies, Head of Health and Social Surveys Research Group, Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL.
Professor Tony Champion, Emeritus Professor of Population Geography Newcastle University.
Rich Pereira, Deputy Director for Population Statistics and Head of the Centre for Ageing and Demography, Public Policy Analysis, Office for National Statistics.
Professor Grant Hill-Cawthorne, Managing Director of Research and Information and Librarian, House of Commons.
Those interested in the levelling-up agenda, equality across generations, educational attainment, employment, migration.
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