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Activities

25-04-2020: Roselinde van der Wiel - Invited talk at the ESRC Centre for Population Change seminar series, Scotland: “Migration for coresidence: the role of family ties and family complexity”

4-02-2020: Demographic Breakfast in Oslo, Norway

  • Alena Artamonova presented “Proximity to Children and Delayed Institutionalisation among Older Adults: Evidence from Sweden”

17-02-2020: Alena Artamonova gave a guest lecture “Family ties perspective on internal migration” for students of International Master in Social Work with Families and Children at the University of Stavanger, Norway

25-01-2020 – 22-02-2020: Research stay of Alena Artamonova at Statistics Norway to work with Astri Syse in Oslo, Norway

21-01-2020: Dr. Michael Thomas presented 'Family, fertility and internal migration in Norway', invited presentation at SUDA Demographic Colloquium Series. Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA), University of Stockholm, Sweden.

21-11-2019: National Council on Family Relations Conference in Fort Worth, Texas

  • Brian Gillespie and Georgiana Bostean presented “Young Adults’ Transition to Residential Independence: Differences by Immigrant Generation and Parents’ Region of Origin”

20-11-2019: Dutch Demography Day 2019 in Utrecht

  • Prof. Clara Mulder presented ‘Young adults’ return migration from large cities in Sweden: The role of siblings’
  • Jonne Thomassen (PhD) presented ‘Who stays in their birthplace? The role of geographical contexts, family backgrounds, and intergenerational staying traditions.’
  • Alyona Artamonova (PhD) presented ‘Family Ties and geographical mobility among older people and adult children in Sweden


12-10-2019 – 20-10-2019: Research stay of Clara Mulder at Umeå University to work with Gunnar Malmberg and Emma Lundholm

01-10-2019: URSI PhD Conference 2019 in Groningen, the Netherlands

  • Alena Artamonova presented “Geographical mobility among older parents and adult children in Sweden”

16-9-2019 - 20-9-2019: Roselinde van der Wiel participated in Marie Jahoda Summer School of Divorce and Children: consequences - perspectives - progress

09-09-2019: Dr. Michael Thomas presented 'Family, fertility and internal migration in Norway: A comparison of native and immigrant populations in Norway', British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference 2019 (09/09/2019 → 11/09/2019), Cardiff, United Kingdom.

9-2019: Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies Conference in Potsdam, Germany

  • Brian Gillespie presented “Intergenerational Relationships and Leaving & Returning to the Parental Home”

25-8-2019 – 6-9-2019: Research stay of Jonne Thomassen at Umeå University to work with Gunnar Malmberg and Emma Lundholm

22-7-2019 - 2-8-2019: Roselinde van der Wiel participated in Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis

1-7-2019 – 3-7-2019 International Conference on Population Geographies in Loughborough, England:

  • Jonne Thomassen (PhD) presented a poster on "Intergenerational Staying Behaviour in Sweden
  • Clara Mulder presented Young adults’ return migration from large cities in Sweden: The role of siblings
  • Brian Gillespie and Lei Lei presented Family Connectivity, Nestleaving Distance, and Returns to the Parental Home"
  • Alena Artamonova presented “Geographical Mobility among Older Parents and Adult Children in Sweden: Do Family Care Networks Prevent Moves into Care Institutions?”


13-6-2019 – 15-6-2019: Nordic Demographic Symposium in Reykjavik, Iceland

  • Jonne Thomassen presented a poster on Intergenerational Staying Behaviour in Sweden
  • Clara Mulder presented Young adults’ migration to cities in Sweden: Do siblings pave the way?
  • Brian Gillespie, Michael Thomas and Nik Lomax presented “Where Does Residential Mobility End and Internal Migration Begin? A Cross-Country Comparison of Variations in Motives over Distance”
  • Roselinde van der Wiel presented “Migration for co-residence in Denmark: The role of family ties and family complexity"
  • Alena Artamonova presented “Family Ties and Geographical Mobility among Older People and Their Adult Children in Sweden”
  • Dr. Michael Thomas presented ‘Internal migration among parents and their adult children in Norway'

28-4-2019 - 10-5-2019: Research stay of Roselinde van der Wiel at Aalborg University to work with Lene Tølbøll

31-3-2019 – 26-4-2019: Research stay of Jonne Thomassen at Umeå University to work with Gunnar Malmberg and Emma Lundholm

31-3-2019 – 12-4-2019: Research stay of Clara Mulder at Umeå University to work with Gunnar Malmberg and Emma Lundholm

3-2019 – 5-2019: Research stay of Brian Gillespie in Stockholm

10-02-2019 – 10-03-2019: Research stay of Alyona Artamonova at Stockholm University to work with Maria Brandén

28-11-2018: Dutch Demography Day 2018 in Utrecht

  • Prof. Clara Mulder presented ‘Young adults’ migration to cities in Sweden: Do siblings pave the way?’
  • Dr. Michael Thomas presented ‘Employment, education … and family: Revealing the motives behind internal migration in Great Britain.’
  • Jonne Thomassen (PhD) presented ‘Immobility among the highly mobile: University graduates’ staying processes, perceptions, and places.’
  • Roselinde van der Wiel (PhD) presented ‘Non-resident children as a constraint to migration: the role of re-partnering.’

27-11-2018: Roselinde van der Wiel (PhD) was interviewed on BNR Ochtendspits (Dutch radio programme) about her paper on commitment in LAT relationships. The fragment can be found on https://www.bnr.nl/player/archief by setting the date to 27-11-2018 and the time to 06:53:20 AM (only in Dutch).

24-10-2018 – 16-11-2018: Research stay of Roselinde van der Wiel at Aalborg University to work with Lene Tølbøll

10-9-2018 – 12-9-2018: British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Conference 2018 in Winchester

  • Dr. Brian Gillespie chaired the session 'Residential relocations in a family context.'
  • Roselinde van der Wiel (PhD) presented 'Non‐resident children as a constraint to migration: the role of re‐partnering.'
  • Prof. Clara Mulder presented 'Moving towards family after union dissolution in the United States.'
  • Dr. Michael Thomas presented 'The role of family ties and events on the migration behaviour of adult children and older parents in Norway.'

20-8-2018 – 7-9-2018: Research stay of Clara Mulder at Umeå University to work with Gunnar Malmberg and Emma Lundholm

6-6-2018: FamilyTies-meeting in Brussels

6-6-2018 – 9-6-2018: European Population Conference 2018 in Brussels

  • Prof. Clara Mulder presented ‘ Moving Towards Family after Union Dissolution in the United States.’
  • Roselinde van der Wiel (PhD) presented ‘From living apart to living together: The impact of women's children born before the current partnership.’

3-4-2018 – 4-4-2018: Workshop ‘Parental Life Courses after Separation and Divorce’ in Berlin. Prof. Clara Mulder gave a presentation on ‘Migration and living arrangements of separated parents.’

12-3-2018 – 16-3-2018: Dr. Amy Spring visited Groningen to work with the FamilyTies team

22-11-17: Dutch Demography Day at the Academy Building of Utrecht University organised by the Netherlands Demographic Society (NVD).

  • Prof. Clara Mulder presented the official start-up article of the FamilyTies-project by the name of 'Putting family centre-stage: Family ties and internal migration.'
  • Roselinde van der Wiel (PhD) presented preliminary results for her article 'From living apart to living together: Single mothers' partner relationships in the Netherlands.'

9-10-17: Prof. Clara Mulder participated in ‘Night of Science & Society (/De Avond van Wetenschap & Maatschappij/)’, dinner event in the Ridderzaal in The Hague

03-10-17: Data awareness meeting with the FamilyTies team of the University of Groningen and members of the IT-department

07-09-17: Prof. Clara Mulder gave a key-note lecture at the British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) 2017 Annual Conference in Liverpool: ‘Putting family centre-stage: Family ties and spatial mobility.’

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