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IPC2017 Sponsored Research Leader Sessions

For the first time, the IUSSP is offering the opportunity for a limited number of organizations working in the population field to organize a 90-minute session as part of the regular scientific programme of the conference. This is a unique opportunity to highlight research on population issues carried out or supported by your institution to the global community of leading population scholars and policy makers who will be attending the Conference.

Research Leader Sessions.  

 

Abortion Incidence : Indirect and direct estimates
  organized by : Guttmacher Institute
Monday 30 October 10:30-12:00, Meeting Room 1.63-1.64

Measurement and Family Planning 2020: the role of data in moving from a global goal to country action
organized by : Family Planning 2020 
Monday 30 October  10:30- 12:00 in Auditorium 2

Our next world – rethinking demography 
organized by : World Demographic Forum WDA Forum in collaboration with the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA)
Monday 30 October  13:30- 15:10 in Auditorium 2
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Migration into the European Union: consequences of alternative migration scenarios on future population composition
organized by:   European Commission-Joint Research Center (EC-JRC)/International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)  Centre of Expertise on Population and Migration (CEPAM)
Monday 30 October  15:30- 17:00 in Auditorium 2

Family planning, education, depopulation, and the environment
Tuesday 31 October 13:30-15:00 in Ballroom West

Is your research reproducible? Common challenges and promising steps
  organized by : Guttmacher Institute
Tuesday 31 October 15:30-17:00, Roof Terrace Room

From research pilot to institutionalization of an approach – Using medical/nursing students to provide new contraceptive methods at the community-level in Kinshasa, DRC
organized by : Tulane University
Wednesday 1 November 8:30-10:00 ,  Roof Terrace Room

Innovations in the analysis of disability dynamics
  organized by;Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR)
Wednesday 1 November 13:30-15:00, Roof Terrace Room

Democratizing data and research: how the GIRL Center’s Open Data Repository fosters innovation and collaboration
organized by : Population Council
Wednesday 1 November 15:30 – 17:00, Roof Terrace Room

From Rio 1992 to Cop 21. What have we learned about population-environment interactions?
organized by : INED
Wednesday 1 November 15:30-17:00 in Ball Room West

Population, poverty, and inequality in Africa:  trends, data needs, and future research directions
organized by : PopPov Research Network
Friday, 3 November 15:30-17:00 Auditorium 2