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    We hope our newsletter finds you well this Spring. CPC has had a busy six months with the UK-tour of the 'How to get to 100 - and enjoy it' exhibition and January's appearance on BBC Breakfast's Living Longer series. We've also been attending events, winning awards and working hard on CPC research projects. The items below will give you a taster of the publications, news, activities, events and research that we've been involved with since our Autumn newsletter in 2014.

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    Professor Jane Falkingham announced as new Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

    In March 2015, CPC Director Professor Jane Falkingham became one of 33 leading social scientists to be conferred a fellowship by the Academy of Social Sciences.

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    Dr Jakub Bijak wins first Allianz European Demographer Award

    Dr Jakub Bijak was awarded the Allianz European Demographer Award 2015 for his outstanding contributions in the field of population studies on demographic change.

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    New CPC Working Papers

    The CPC Working Paper Series publishes independent research on Centre themes. Seven new CPC Working Papers have been published since our last newsletter in Autumn 2014.

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    New CPC Briefing Papers

    Our Briefing Papers aim to bring you concise summaries of our latest publications and projects in a short, easy-to-read format. We have published four CPC Briefing Papers since Autumn 2014:

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    CPC in the news

    Through the media, CPC experts have been busy ensuring our research reaches a wide audience, keeping the public up-to-date on the latest knowledge about population change.

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    Events round-up

    The following listings represent a selection the many events organised and attended by CPC members. For our full event listings, please visit our website event pages.

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    More information

    The Centre for Population Change carries out research into the key drivers and implications of population change. Based jointly at the University of Southampton and National Records for Scotland, the Centre brings together expertise from the universities of Southampton, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Stirling as well as the National Records for Scotland and the Office for National Statistics.

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