An international meeting “Youth Assistance in Big Cities and Statistics. Demographic Ageing” (17-19 March, 2008 in Berlin, Germany)

Agenda

 

Title

Presentation

1

Women and the Demographic Change/ Gabriele Cüppers

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2

About Young and Elderly People in Berlin and Brandenburg/ Jürgen Paffhausen  

3

Young People, Ageing and Labor Market in Germany/ Dr. Werner Endres

4

Statistical Migration of Young Students because of Ageing and the Pressures Caused in University   Cities in Germany/ Reinhard Loos

5

The German Population up to 2050/ Bettina Sommer

6

Behavior of Teenagers in the Public Health System of Area Order Regions in Germany/ Christina Westphal

7

Family Policy in the United States in the Context of Demographic Ageing/ Eileen Trzcinski  

8

The Impact of Demographic Ageing on the Educational System/ Dr. Peter Lohauss

9

Demographic Ageing in Big Cities: Cracow and Kiev – A Comparative Study/ Dr. Zina Palyan,   Prof. Dr. Józef Pociecha

10

Demographic Ageing of the Polish Society in Comparison with Other Countries/ Alicja Grzeskowiak, Agnieszka Blaczkowska, Kataryna Przybysz  

11

Observation of Flows of Population in Polish Statistics – Problems and Challenges/ Dr. habil. Andrzej Mlodak, Tomasz Józefowski  

12

The Socio-Economic Effects of Demographic Ageing in Poland/ Prof. Dr. Izabella Kudrycka, Dr. Malgorzata Radziukiewicz  

13

Demographic Ageing in Vienna since 1951: Specialties of the Districts/ Wilko Schröter

14

The Young Algerians between Marginality and Integration/ Dr. Ahmed Ameur-Ameur

15

Demographic Ageing in Latvia/ Arija Nuksa, Jolanta Supe  

16

Developing Nations and the Ageing Crisis of Europe – A Panacea for Europe?/ Wusu Babatunji

17

The Population of Prague and its Development/ Jana Podhorska, Jitka Weissova

18

Demographic Trends in Hong Kong: past, present and future/ Dr. Li

19

Different Situations and Behavior of Polish Juveniles in Big Cities/ Dr. Jan Szeja

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