Dutch Centre of Expertise on Demographic Change

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Eduprof Expertmeeting 14-15 April 2011 Groningen.

Workshop Demographic Change

General introduction by Sioe li Liem of the Dutch Centre of Expertise on Demographic Change (NEIMED)

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Dutch Centre of Expertise on Demographic Change

  1. 1. nederlands<br />expertise en<br />innovatiecentrum<br />maatschappelijke<br />effecten<br />demografischekrimp<br />NEIMED<br />Dutch Centre of Expertise on Demographic Change <br />
  2. 2. Content<br /><ul><li>Demographic change
  3. 3. Regional characteristics
  4. 4. Scale
  5. 5. Phase of awareness and policies
  6. 6. NEIMED research projects</li></li></ul><li>What is population decline?<br />In a broad sense population decline means reflection on quality of life and society and how to address this. <br />In a narrow sense population decline means fewer people because of demographic changes.<br />
  7. 7. Causes of demographic changes:<br /><ul><li>Natural growth/decline (difference between birth and death rates)
  8. 8. Net migration (difference between immigration and emigration) </li></ul>Shrinking related processes: less youngsters and more elderly.<br />
  9. 9. Shrinkage in the Netherlands, Limburg and Parkstad<br />
  10. 10. Awareness of population decline <br />
  11. 11. Awareness of population decline <br />
  12. 12. Awareness<br />Awareness<br />Denial<br />Fight<br />Acceptance<br />Who owns this “problem”?<br />(politics) government<br />Professional<br />Citizen<br />8<br />
  13. 13. Population decline themes<br /><ul><li>Housing
  14. 14. Education
  15. 15. Economy and labour market
  16. 16. Mobility
  17. 17. Care and welfare
  18. 18. Culture, sport and free time
  19. 19. Administration and politics
  20. 20. Finances</li></li></ul><li>Integralapproach and analysis<br />Quality of life and society indicated by:<br /><ul><li>Physical quality
  21. 21. Political quality
  22. 22. Social quality
  23. 23. Cultural quality
  24. 24. Economic quality
  25. 25. Ecologic quality</li></li></ul><li>NEIMED projects<br /><ul><li>Population Decline and the Cultural factor in Limburg
  26. 26. Database “Krimp”
  27. 27. Neighbourhood Monitor
  28. 28. OP-ACT Network: Options of Actions for the Strategic Positioning of Small and Medium sized Cities
  29. 29. Impact of population decline on public finances</li></li></ul><li>NEIMED projects<br />PhD research: Teenage Mothers in Kerkrade<br />Neighbourhood Experiment on Social Innovation (online services, database talented elderly, urban farming)<br />Effects of demographic Decline on Mental Health Care<br />The effects of Demographic Decline on Dutch social support act<br />Neimed ‘lab’: Krimpenaan de Maas – a case study<br />
  30. 30. Shrinking =letting go of growth fixation<br />KrimpologieDuurzamekrimpAutonomekrimp<br />Oei, ikkrimpYes, we krimpKrimp 2.0<br />Spirituelekrimpkrimpbestendigkrimppijn<br />Krimp & bloeiLess is more krimpbeleid<br /> Back to basics Inkrimpenkrimp & ontwikkeling<br />KrimpdenkenkrimpproofKrimpcurve<br />LiniairekrimpKrimpkundeeKrimp<br />blah<br />

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