Date : December 4, 2019
Dealing with the “2040 Problem” of Seniors Accounting for 35% of the Population (Prof. Ryuichi Kaneko, Meiji University)
post date : 2019.11.20
Japan has a declining birthrate and aging population. Over the next several decades, Japan’s population will continue to decline as its population grows older, with 35% of the population expected to be seniors by 2040 and almost 40% by 2060. In particular, in 2040 the members of Japan’s second baby boom, who are also the “employment ice age” generation and form a large segment of the population, will be 65 or older, putting the sustainability of Japanese society at risk.
The FPCJ has invited the former Deputy Director-General of the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Professor Ryuichi Kaneko of Meiji University, to discuss ways to confront this “2040 Problem.”
Date: December 4 (Wed), 2019, 11:00-12:30
Briefer: Prof. Ryuichi Kaneko, School of Political Science and Economics, Meiji University
Place: Foreign Press Center Japan (6th fl., Nippon Press Center Bldg)
Language: Japanese (with consecutive English interpretation)
【Reservation required: 40 openings available】Due to the size of the venue, please apply in advance.
*Embassy representatives and FPCJ supporting members may also attend the briefing as observers (admission free).
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