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Five regions agreed on cooperation with a center for demographic research - EastRussia | Far East






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Five regions agreed on cooperation with the Center for Demographic Studies

The Research Center for Demographic Development of the Far East (established on the basis of FEFU) signed cooperation agreements with the Kamchatka and Khabarovsk Territories, the Amur and Magadan Oblasts, and the Jewish Autonomy. This was reported by the communication service of the Agency for Human Capital Development in the Far East (ARCHC of the Far East), which was held in Blagoveshchensk in the III All-Russian Conference "Demographic Development of the Far East".

“The signed agreements provide the basis for the development of roadmaps for demographic development and for conducting research in this area. The center will also provide organizational and methodological support for the management teams of the regions, ”says the commentary of the Director General of the APLA, Valentina Timakova. Reportedly, FEFU research teams have already conducted research related to migration and return migration, work is being done with Far Eastern experts and scientific organizations, there are connections with universities in central regions, and a number of practical conferences have been held. The signing of agreements with other subjects of the FEFD is planned soon in the regions directly.

The research center was established on the basis of an agreement concluded in April between the Far-Eastern Federal District AIPC and FEFU. Among the main directions is the work on the creation of a municipal standard for the demographic development of the city of Svobodny in the Amur Region, which, according to the head of the center Sergey Shishmakov, will be transferred to the region in the near future. A study of the rotational work method in the Far East is also being prepared.