Past events

27
Oct
2020

School of Demography Webinar

There will be no School of Demography webinar on Tuesday 27 October
20
Oct
2020

Major socioeconomic driving forces of improving population health in China: 1978-2018

China’s post-Cultural-Revolution reform generated rapid economic growth. But it also brought about major negative changes, especially in the early stage, which...
15
Oct
2020

Masterclass: Surviving the Journal Publication Process

In this masterclass, we will cover how students can navigate the journal writing and publishing experience. We will be sharing tips on how to navigate the...
13
Oct
2020

Impairment of Activities of Daily Living, Receipt of Care, and Unmet Needs: Diversity of Ageing Experiences in Rural Indonesia

Rural areas in developing countries have been undergoing a rapid population ageing in the last decades. As a result, a greater proportion of older persons are...
06
Oct
2020

Estimating and projecting Australia’s sexual minority population

How many people in Australia identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or an alternative sexual minority orientation? The question is difficult to answer...
29
Sep
2020

Population-Level Burden and Inequities in Maternal Health Care Utilisation and Child Health Outcomes in Zambia

Inequality in maternal and child health seriously hinders the overall improvement of health. Despite most maternal and under-five deaths being preventable and...
22
Sep
2020

Sexual and Reproductive Health of Indonesian Youth

Indonesia is embracing a demographic dividend from 2020-2035, with its population having a composition of a projected 70% for productive age. To optimise this...

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