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    The latest edition of Changing Populations is out now

    The new edition of the CPC newsletter magazine, Changing Populations, is now published.

    In this edition, we update on our exciting news about the future of the Centre. You will have already seen our emails about CPC members being awarded funding to carry out research on ‘Connecting Generations’. You’ll be able to read the full story about the ESRC’s major funding announcement and find out more about the Connecting Generations research programme on page 4.

    Also in this edition, we learn more about family life; from increasingly difficult choices around home ownership and becoming a parent, to how grandparenting in different countries affects mental health. We share new knowledge on the effects of moving home during childhood, and the impacts of Covid-19 on child well-being.

    Back in October, Professor Alison Bowes received a special visit from the King and Queen of Sweden who heard more about her research on healthy ageing at the University of Stirling. And finally, we introduce some of the research team in our researcher spotlight.

    We hope you enjoy reading it and welcome your feedback and questions about our research.

    To keep up-to-date with our latest Covid-19 research and publications, please visit: www.cpc.ac.uk/research_programme/covid-19

    Posted 03/02/2022 11:06