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Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Population Geography Research Group invite you to take part in the webinar to Celebrate 50 years of PopGRG Wednesday 3rd November 2021, 12-14.00 GMT (Zoom) The event is open to all and free to attend. To register visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpfumgrD0oH9Re-71EP2N9hTK_zqcKGIut This event forms part of the PopGRG 50th Anniversary Festival. … More Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG

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Contours of Citizen Science paper published in Royal Society Open Science

At the end of 2019, just before the pandemic, I was lucky to be hosted and supported by the Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity in Paris (CRI-Paris.org) and with colleagues from ECSA and the European project EU-Citizen.Science carried out a survey to help identify what are the boundaries of citizen science, in terms of the … Continue reading Contours of Citizen Science paper published in Royal Society Open Science

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Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG

The Population Geography Research Group invite you all to save the date and join us, Wednesday 3rd November, to celebrate 50 years of the group. Hosted on Zoom, the celebration will feature two separate sessions. More details on how to register and the programme for the day to follow soon. Wednesday 3rd November, Zoom i) … More Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG

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Population Geography Image Competition

As part of the Research Group’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations we have run a design competition with a partner school in Swansea. Young people were tasked to design an image that they felt best represents ‘Population Geography’  The competition had a panel of judges, with the final winner being chosen by two artists, Pernille Spence and Sarah … More Population Geography Image Competition

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How England’s complicated political geography is confusing coronavirus rules

James Cheshire, UCL and Alex Singleton, University of Liverpool As England emerged from its second national lockdown in early December, Boris Johnson, the UK prime minister, faced an onslaught of questions from MPs on both sides of the House of Commons. Each demanded clarity on what the arrangements would be for their particular constituency under…

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Census 2021 and reverse gentrification in collection areas: early detection and intervention

In our latest blog, Nicholas Allo, CEO at The Visual Earth Group, shares thoughts on whether and how release of Census 2021 data may provide opportunities for detections and interventions in reverse gentrification. Every ten years, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) redoes its count of the British populace during a census. During this exercise, … More Census 2021 and reverse gentrification in collection areas: early detection and intervention

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