Presentation on theme: "Generations & Gender Programme in Georgia SUB-REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON GENDER STATISTICS 27-29 September, 2010 Tbilisi, Georgia Georgian Centre of Population."— Presentation transcript:
Generations & Gender Programme in Georgia SUB-REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON GENDER STATISTICS September, 2010 Tbilisi, Georgia Georgian Centre of Population Researchwww.gcpr.ge Irina Badurashvili Irina Badurashvili
Generations & Gender Survey: I Wave ,000 respondents Budget 85 % - INED 15 % - UNFPA- Georgia II Wave ,303 respondents Budget 80 % - UNFPA- Georgia 20 % - INED Contextual data-base on Georgia: online since September, 2008 Individual data-base of GGS-1: available since 2007 Individual data-base of GGS-2: will be available in 2011
National version of Questionnaire: GGS Core-Questionnaire adapted and slightly modified in Georgian and Russian languages + Sub module: Intentions of breaking up + Country-specific questions on: Completeness of death registration in Georgia number of household members died since January, 2004 sex, age and date of birth of died individuals was this event registered in a civil registry, if not why? Abortions number of abortions performed date of last abortion reason for abortion Religious marriage have partners applied to religious wedding? Migration (only in GGS-2) are there household members currently abroad for labor or study?
Sampling procedure for Generations and Gender Survey in Georgia GGS-1(2006): GGS-1(2006): Two-stage cluster sampling resulted to a personalized list of potential respondents for GGS-1 I STAGE: selection of 400 clusters by PPS-method (corresponding to 425 census units by 2002 population census) representative for 5 geographical zones with stratification by 3 types of settlements: city (30,000+), town and village MICROCENSUS of population residing in the chosen PSU-s conducted by GCPR at the end of 2005 yielded a personalized list of all individuals aged II STAGE: random selection of potential respondents from the computerized list of all individuals residing in chosen PSU-s Basic list of respondents: N=10,000 (25 respondents in each PSU) with a proportion of males and females of 2 aggregated age groups (18-44 and 45-79) in the total sample corresponding to the age and sex distribution of target population Reserve list of respondents: N=4,800 (12 respondents in each PSU) Interviewers were allowed to replace a respondent from a basic sample by the respondent from a reserve list in the corresponding sex and age group in case of: refuse for interview, temporary away for migration, illness, death or absence of potential respondent during 3 households visits GGS-2 (2009): GGS-2 (2009): Panel Study - to conduct as maximum as possible repeated interviews among respondents questioned during fieldworks by GGS-1
GGS-1 in Georgia – starting point for research and scientific collaboration GGS-1 in Georgia – starting point for research and scientific collaboration Presentation of findings of GGS-1 in Georgia at the international conferences and workshops by the GCPR: April 2006: Workshop INTAS - South Caucasus Scientific: Cooperation and Collaborative Call - Tbilisi State University, Georgia June 2006: International workshop Eclairer le Comportement Démographique de la France par la Comparaison Internationale ( I séminaire ECODEF / CI) - Paris, Centre Détudes du monde Russe, Soviétique et post-Soviétique November 2006: II séminaire ECODEF / CI - Paris, Institut national detudes demographiques (INED) May 2007: III séminaire ECODEF / CI - Université Marc Bloch, Strasbourg November 2007: International conference Family in the Stream of Changes: Demographic Challenges to Social Policy- Moscow State University Higher School of Economics May 2008: International Conference How Generations and Gender Shape Demographic Change – Geneva, UNECE
Presentation of findings of GGS-1 in Georgia at the international conferences and workshops by the GCPR: June 2008: International seminar What shows the comparison of GGS results in the two countries of EU and its two new nearest neighbors? - Tbilisi, Georgian Center of Population Research July 2008: European Population Conference - Barcelona, EAPS October 2008: International seminar New Family Realities: Challenges to Demographic Development and Policy - Vilnius, Academy of Sciences Institute for Social Research April, 2009: International workshop on Ageing – Yerevan, United Nations-DESA September 2009: XXVI International Population Conference – Morocco, IUSSP April, 2010: Annual meeting of Population Association of America - Dallas, PAA
Multi-country researches with the participation of GCPR based on the results of the I Wave of GGS Comparative socio-demographic profiles of Georgia, France, Lithuania and Russia Gender relations in Georgia and France Public opinion about the place of family and society in France, Russia and Georgia Family situation, calendar of the de-cohabitation and intergenerational relations in Georgia and in France Comparative study of contraceptive behaviour in Georgia, France, Lithuania and Russia Partnership, Marriage and Family Dissolution in Georgia and Russia Comparison of values and attitudes in Georgian and French society
Publications focused on the analysis of the results of GGS-1 in Georgia: National country report of GGS-1 on Georgia: Gender relationships in modern Georgian Society In Georgian and English, UNFPA-Georgia. Tbilisi, 2008 (92 pages) Special issue of scientific journal Revue detudes comparative east-ouest: Families, East and West: A half century of changes in Europe RECEO,Vol. 40, n3-4, September-December 2009 (352 pages)
GGS - 1 GGS - 2 Number of completed interviews Response Rate85%83% Average duration of interview71.1 minutes61.7 minutes Interviews conducted with presence of other persons31%25% Fieldworks by GGS-2 in Georgia (2009 – II wave of panel): Attrition rate between two waves did not exceed 17% Main problem with fieldworks by GGS-2 in Georgia was related to the consequences of war in August 2008: 3 villages in Shida Kartli region with 75 respondents by GGS-1 are not anymore under jurisdiction of Georgian government. People from these villages recently live in different settlement of Georgia. However, we managed to contact with 64% of them during fieldworks by GGS-2.
GGS-2 in Georgia – important point for further research and scientific collaboration Project supported by UNFPA-Georgia in 2010: Preparation of country report on the findings of GGS-2 in Georgia planned to be published at the end of 2010, in 2011 – English version Scientific collaboration with INED on comparative analysis of GGS-2 planned for 2011: 1. Fertility dynamics in Georgia, France and Italy. Who are the couples that do not give birth to the intended child? 2. Changes in the family responsibilities of partners after the birth of a child