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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

"Open public participation," "peer-to-peer learning," and "universal knowledge"

Here are some extracts of an article on Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia, a community-edited online encyclopedia, published in Time Magazine (Europe Edition, November 26, 2007, page 17).
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