About this website

The INED website offers a wide range of resources for the general public. It includes information on the Institute, on research in progress, events and publications. The "All about population" section gives access to statistics produced or analysed by INED. It also presents population questions in an entertaining and informative way via animations, games and fact sheets especially designed for use in the classroom.

The site is regularly updated.

We welcome your comments and questions. Send them to the webmaster at webmaster@ined.fr. You can also use the "contacts" page to send a message to a particular department.

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Institut national d’études démographiques (INED)
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Tel : 0156062000

Director of Publications: Chantal Cases

Editor in chief : Ariane Pailhé

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Webmaster : Kristina Hruska

 

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Research

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  • People : © Sergey Nivens - Fotolia.com
  • Research porjects :  CC Ars Electronica
  • PhD Students :  © Street Art- Nemo
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  • Readings on specific topics : CC JR_Paris
  • Selected links : © INFINITY - Fotolia.com
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  • Survey methodology : © Ined-Gilles Pison

All about population

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  • Graphs and maps : © Opixido
  • Population games : © Opixido
  • Demographic fact sheets : © Gina Sanders - Fotolia.com
  • Vidéos  : © only4denn - Fotolia.com

 

"In our researchers’own words" portrait photos done by INED photographer Colette Confortès or  Raphaël Debengy

 

On today’s homepage 

General public

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"From Europe to Africa: return migration more of a choice than a constraint" CC SebDech

Web carousel n°2 :

"Family policy in France: impact of the new government measures ? " : CC xoxoryan

 Web carousel  3 : (World Teacher’s Day)

  1. "Demography in the classroom " : CC Gilberte Dimicolis
  2. "Animated maps for teaching demography" : CC Sarah Richter
  3. "Population pyramids havemuch to tell " : CC Eric Delcroix

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 "Are we all equal when it comes to ageing"  : CC Spyros Papaspyropoulos

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INED’s new website : © Opixido

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Topic file: © Hagen411 - Fotolia.com

Video: DR Portrait de J-R Wilmoth 

Migration: © Opixido

Focus on: "China, a demographic giant with feet of clay": 

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Research Professionals

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"From Europe to Africa: return migration more of a choice than a constraint": CC SebDech

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"Reconfiguration of family policy in France" CC xoxoryan

Web carousel  n°3 :

"Maternity leave, parental leave—how does France compare? " : CC Julia Manzerova 

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"Are we all equal when it comes to ageing" : CC Spyros Papaspyropoulos

Web carousel 5 :

Discover INED’s new website : © Opixido

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Focus : The twelfth Meeting of the European Network for the Sociological and Demographic Study of Divorce CC F. Tronchin

Paroles de chercheur-e-s : © Ined - Colette Confortès

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Latest news

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Top stories

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"L’argent du logement" : CC  An untrained eye

"Les rendez-vous de l’histoire" : © 2014 Les rendez-vous de l’histoire

"Où est passé le peuple" : CC Phil Beard

"Which children get a place in the nursery?" : © pandore - Fotolia.com

"La fête de la science édition 2014" :  © M.E.S.R

"Conférence du réseau européen sur le divorce" : CC F. Tronchin

"Poorly housed Parisians" : CC  Jean-François Gornet
 

Top stories for specialist

"How many children do you have?" When the figures don’t tally" :  CC Groume

"Hosting PhD students at INED" : © Woodapple - Fotolia.com

"Thesis defences" : CC Stefan Schmidlin

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