We give hope for the future, one child at a time


OCTOBER 2023: The 2021 population census, a first analysis of its provisional results.
SEPTEMBER 2022: “Women can..!”, campaign in collaboration with Lidl Hellas, under the auspices of the Ministry of Labor and Social Life
SEPTEMBER 2022: The 2021 population census, a first analysis of its provisional results.
JULY 2021: Greece, demographic and economic analogy, reason and contradiction with the background of demographic aging
MAY 2021: Study of the University of Thessalia: “Will the recent pandemic affect nuptiality in Greece ?”
MARCH 2021: Research of Professor Vyron Kotzamanis in collaboration with I.M.E. G.S.E.V.E.E. “Demographic developments and challenges”
JULY 2020: Fertility, mortality, migration, and population scenarios for 195 countries and territories from 2017 to 2100
a forecasting analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study
MARCH 2020: UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY, Laboratory of Demographic and Social Analyses – Demographic News – Issue 38, 2020
“The ageing demographic: a challenge or a threat?”
OCTOBER 2019: UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS, Department of Statistics and Insurance Science – Risk Management Laboratory in collaboration with HOPEgenesis NPO and with the support of EUROLIFE ERB Insurance Group.
“Research: investigation of the factors causing the birth deficit problem in Greece”.
“Demographic developments in Greece and economic policy. Demographic results - Changes to quantitative and qualitative population fertility characteristics”.
JANUARY 2019: DiaNEOsis Research.
“Low fertility rates in Greece, demographic crisis and family support policies. The aim is to examine the development and consequences of the economic recession on demographic events with a focus on fertility”.
MAY 2018: HOPEgenesis NPO Research.
“The impact of fertility on economic growth – Analysis of the birth deficit issue in Greece – Highlighting of the causes behind this issue and proposals for its reversal”.
MAY 2018: Research by Michalis Nikoletos in collaboration with HOPEgenesis.
“The birth deficit in Greece and its impact on economic growth”.
APRIL 2018: Report by the Inter-Party Parliamentary Committee on the demographic situation. The Chairman of HOPEgenesis NPO, Dr Stefanos Chandakas, contributed to this report.
“Information and discussion on the demographic situation – Prospects and proposals on the basic principles of a demographic policy”.
APRIL 2018: GEFYRA ORGANISATION in collaboration with the Region of Central Greece
“Research on the demographics of the Region of Central Greece”.
JUNE 2016: PANTEION UNIVERSITY, Department of Social Policy – Centre for Gender Studies in collaboration with the Research Centre for Gender Equality (KETHI), with the support of the Federation of Industries of Attica-Piraeus and the Centre of Excellence of the University of Iceland, and with the funding of the Academic Research programme in the areas of Diversity, Inequality and Social Inclusion.
“Literary review and analysis of policies on the reconciliation of work and family/private life”.
SEPTEMBER 2015: Professor Vyron Kotzamanis in collaboration with the Laboratory of Demographic and Social Analyses of the University of Thessaly, DiaNEOsis and the Research Committee of the University of Thessaly.
“The population of Greece at the 2050 horizon. Presentation of the permanent population, the population at different levels of education, the working age population and the economically active population”.
JUNE 2010: National Centre for Social Research (EKKE) and the Institute of Social Research.
“The social portrait of Greece in 2010. It includes the categories of Poverty and Social Exclusion, Employment and the Labour Market, as well as Social Inclusion Strategy and Policies