The 12th International Conference on Population Geographies will be hosted at Queen's University Belfast (Northern Ireland) from Monday 1st July to Wednesday 3rd July 2024, with a pre-conference drinks reception on the evening of Sunday 30th June.
The ICPG is a biennial gathering of population geographers, spatial demographers and others interested in presenting papers and sharing ideas on spatial population issues. The ICPG provides a unique opportunity for population scholars to engage with colleagues from around the world, share their research, explore innovative ideas and new developments, and contribute to the discipline. Previous ICPGs have been hosted at St Andrews, Liverpool, Hong Kong, Hanover (USA), Umeå, Groningen, Brisbane, Seattle, Loughborough, and online in Tokyo.
GEDI at the 12th ICPG: The conference is Chaired by the GEDI PI (Gemma Catney), with a local organising committee that includes GEDI team members from QUB (Chris Lloyd, Momoko Nishikido). GEDI team member Richard Wright (Dartmouth) will deliver one of the plenary talks.
We welcome your abstracts for either a paper or poster presentation. Submissions are invited on a range of topics including, but not exclusively: the dynamics and spatial patterns of population change, fertility, mortality, internal and international migration, families and households, socio-spatial inequalities, demographic forecasting, population policy. We welcome papers that use quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods approaches, and submissions from delegates at all career stages.
We look forward to welcoming you to Belfast!
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