Society / Evolution

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Page 14: 'Old' type of depopulation

Page 14: 'Old' type of depopulation; this slide shows a map themed 'out-migration compared to birth/death surplus'

Page 13: Population profile challenges

Page 13: Population profile challenges; this slide shows a map themed 'Degree of population profile challenges as an aggragate of 4 indicators: population density, ageing, reproduction potential, and population growth'

Page 12: The greying of Europe

Page 12: The greying of Europes; this slide shows a set of three maps themed 'Prospective for the greying of Europe in 2000, 2015 and 2030'

Page 11: Composite map of aspects of demographic changes

Page 11: Composite map of aspects of demographic changes; this slide shows a map themed 'Annual average change of population 1995-2000 in percent'

Page 10: Migratory balance typology

Page 10: Migratory balance typology; this slide shows a map themed 'Typology of migratory balances by age classes 1995-2000'

Page 09: Components of population change

Page 9: Components of population change; this slide shows a map themed 'Population development by components 1996-1999'

Page 08: Net migration

Page 8: Net migration; this slide shows a map themed 'Crude rate of net migration NUTS 2 - 2003'

Page 07: Natural population change

Page 7: Natural population change; this slide shows a map themed 'Crude rate of natural population increase, 2003, NUTS 2'

Page 06: Fertility rates

Page 6: Fertility rates; this slide shows a map themed 'Number of children per woman 1999'

Page 05: A Europe of growing and shrinking regions (2)

Page 5: Europe of growing and shrinking regions; this slide shows a map themed 'Average annual growth rate of population between 2000 and 2005'

Page 04: A Europe of growing and shrinking regions (1)

Page 4: Europe of growing and shrinking regions; this slide shows a map themed 'Evolution of the population between 1990 and 2000'

Page 03: Demographic Change in Europe

Page 3: Demographic Change in Europe - five key points are formulated (see Notes)

Page 02: Overview of presentation

Page 2: Table of contents: 1. Intro, 2. Europe's demographic characteristics, 3. Consequences of depopulation, 4. EU funding support, 5. Regional-local response, 6. Summary

[2008-07-04] Europe's Shrinking Regions - demographic decline and policy response (Evans, N)

Europe's Shrinking Region : demographic decline and policy response presented at Japan's Shrinking Regions' workshop and symposium, at Sheffield, UK, on the 3-5 July 2008 by Dr Neil Evans, Leeds Metropolitan University

Is it time we rethink the way we treat old people?

Never before has the world reached such level of maturity in terms social and human rights, but yet those advances seem to be applicable to the younger generation rather than the elderly. For a long time, our generation and the one before have perceived old people as a burden, a social class considered to be more a liability than an asset. The creation of care homes, pensioner homes and the likes came as a better way of getting rid of them while making ourselves feel less guilty for doing so.
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