The world’s populations

Below you can access all the contents of the INED site on this topic, in all formats and from the least to the most specialised: multimedia content, publications, research projects, research mini-sites, selected links and others.

  • Memo Germany and its minorities, or surprises of the census of 2011

    Germany and its minorities, or surprises of the census of 2011

    On 31 May 2013, Destatis, Germany’s Federal Statistical Office, announced the first findings of the census conducted two years earlier

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  • Memo

    How are migration and the environment connected?

    In recent decades, the increase in the number of natural disasters and their media impact have led to a growing awareness of the connections between migration and the environment.

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  • Memo

    Germany twenty years later

    In 1989 Germany was divided into two parts of different sizes: 64 million people lived in the western side and 16 million in the eastern side.

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  • Games Imagining tomorrow’s population

    Imagining tomorrow’s population

    You can use the population simulator to see the future population trends of the whole world or of individual countries as forecast by the United Nations projections. You can also make your own simulations by adjusting fertility, life expectancy and the sex ratio at birth. Play with l’institut national d’études démographiques.

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  • Figures

    Population, births, deaths

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  • Figures

    Population by sex and age on January 1st

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