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I want my daughter to know that she can never 'have it all'

I want my daughter to know that she can never 'have it all' | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
My generation focused on careers – with tragic consequences for some. So I applaud new, hard-hitting advice on the best time to have a baby
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The article cites research from the ESRC Centre for Population Change.

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The Riverside Show - How to Get to 100 and Enjoy It

The Riverside Show - How to Get to 100 and Enjoy It | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it

In research, the significant issues affecting every person's life are often hidden behind abstract figures like the number of births, the mortality rate, or net migration. The exhibition presents the latest results of population research in an easy-to-understand format, with the aim of raising awareness among interested non-scientific audiences of the pressing issues surrounding demographic change.

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The programme included an interview with Teresa McGowan and Genna West on the Centre for Population Change's (CPC) 'How to Get to 100 and Enjoy It' exhibition (43:14 - 46:35). The exhibition is travelling around the UK until 4 December. From the 29 October to 2 November as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science the exhibition was held at the Gallery@OXO in London.

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Independence vote ‘too close to call’

Independence vote ‘too close to call’ | ESRC press coverage | Scoop.it
THE result of the Scottish independence referendum is “still too close to call”, according to an academic’s study of the polling data ahead of September’s vote.
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Arkadiusz Wisniowski is involved in the work of the ESRC Centre for Population Change, which has collected all polling data about the referendum so far.

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The two areas of UK where people are getting younger

The outlook is decidedly grey across Britain, with the population of almost every city, town and village set to get older in the coming years.
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The article quotes Professor Jane Falkingham, director of the ESRC Centre for Population Change at Southampton University.

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David Lindsay: The Myth of Britain's Soft Touch

Apart from anecdotes and hearsay, what actual evidence is there to suggest that migrants are flocking to the UK for our supposedly generous benefits system?

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