Population change dialogue underway

Chris Allen listens inWe had a full house at the Observatory this week, to launch a new dialogue in our state of the region process on population change (pdf, 489kb).

With talks from Anthony Szary (Office for National Statistics), Anne Green (University of Warwick), Chris Allen (BRAP) and Richard Wilson (Sandwell PCT), the dialogue got off to a flying start.

We’ll publish Presentations from the event (with audio) are available on our SlideShare group shortly.

Over the next six months, the work programme for the dialogue will be taken forward by the Population & Society Group, which draws together data analysts, researchers and academics from across the West Midlands.

If you’d like to get involved with the work, add a comment below and we’ll get back to you.

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  1. […] Posted on 9 April 2009 by Rosie Day Last week the Observatory launched the  State of the Region dialogue on population change.  This event was the first step towards understanding what evidence on the changing […]

  2. […] Posted on 16 April 2009 by Rosie Day At the Observatory’s recent event to launch the State of the Region dialogue on population change, Richard Wilson from Sandwell PCT spoke about some of the problems with population data. However, […]

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