Update: this year’s Dutch Demography Day will take place online on Wednesday 24 November. We had hoped to finally meet again in 3D in Utrecht, but considering the worsening COVID situation and new government measures, we have no choice but to move our event online.
The Netherlands Demographic Society (NVD) invites you to join the Dutch Demography Day 2021, taking place on Wednesday 24 November online. At the conference the most recent findings in the field of population studies will be presented, including family and fertility, migrants and migration, health, mortality and longevity, population ageing, population growth and decline, and urbanization.
Keynote address: Prof. Dr. Helga de Valk (Director of the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute) – “Moving on: how mobility in childhood influences later life”
Call for Abstracts/Proposals
Abstracts from a wide variety of disciplines including sociology, economics, health, history and planning are invited. Abstracts (300 words) can be submitted here until Friday 1 October 2021. Authors will be informed mid October whether their abstract has been accepted for presentation in one of the parallel sessions. At the conference other formats than sessions, such as workshops, panel discussions and the like are invited. Write us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have a proposal (300 words) for a 60 or 90 minute time slot (3 or 4 presentations).
NIDI-NVD Master Thesis Award 2021 This Award honors the best Master Thesis in Population Studies in the Netherlands. Jointly sponsored by the NVD and the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), the Award carries a certificate and a €500 prize. Master theses can be submitted until 15 October 2021 at email@example.com. The rules of play can be found here.
Population Video Award 2021 This contest is organized by the NVD to raise population awareness and engage high school students in population issues. At the conference, the three best videos will be awarded and the prize-winning videos will be presented. High school students are challenged to share their views on key demographic issues. Fore more information, click here.
Registration is now open on this website until 17 November 2021. You will receive the details of the conference and instructions for online participation some time after your registration.
The conference is free of charge now that it has been moved online. Those who had already registered and paid their fees will be refunded.