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Welcome to the Generations and Gender Programme (GGP) Colectica Portal Beta Version.

Through this portal, you can search and browse Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) data and the corresponding documentation.

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The Generations and Gender Survey - GGS Round 1 (2004-2011)

GGS country data files In the previous round of data collection in 2004, wave 1 data were collected for over 200,000 individuals aged 18-79 from 19 countries. Wave 2 data are available for 14 countries. Wave 3 data is available for 3 countries.
Australia - Wave 1 & 2
Austria - Wave 1 & 2
Belgium - Wave 1
Bulgaria - Wave 1 & 2
Czech Republic - Wave 1 & 2
Estonia - Wave 1
France - Wave 1, 2 & 3
Georgia - Wave 1 & 2
Germany - Wave 1 & 2
Germany - Turkish-subsample- Wave 1 & 2
Hungary - Wave 1, 2 & 3
Italy - Wave 1 & 2
Lithuania - Wave 1 & 2
Netherlands - Wave 1, 2 & 3
Norway - Wave 1
Poland - Wave 1 & 2
Romania - Wave 1
Russia - Wave 1 & 2
Sweden - Wave 1
GGS Pooled datasets This series includes the consolidated GGS Wave 1, Wave 2, and Wave 3 datasets. These datasets contain all the GGS released datasets, except for Germany Turkish-subsample. All the available variables are included (also the country specific variables).
GGS Wave 1 - Consolidated
GGS Wave 2 - Consolidated
GGS Wave 3 - Consolidated
GGS Variable Availability This file documents the availability of variables across GGS country datasets published in Colectica. It contains all the GGS variables included in all released waves and country datasets (including country-specific variables).
GGS Wave 1 & Wave 2 - Variable Availability

The Generations and Gender Survey - GGS Round 2 (2020- )

The Generations and Gender Programme (GGP) is pleased to announce that a new round of data collection has been launched. The methodology of the GGP has been updated and renewed to ensure that social scientists and policy makers have access to the highest quality data possible. The survey is now implemented from the GGP Central Coordination Office’s at NIDI in the Hague to ensure that data is collected efficiently and effectively across a wide range of countries. The survey uses a new questionnaire which ensures comparability with the the FFS (1990’s) and the previous GGS (2000’s).

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