Gender inequalities

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  • Memo Overlapping boundaries between work and domestic life

    Overlapping boundaries between work and domestic life

    For women and men alike, the working sphere and the private sphere are not entirely separate. There are intrusions in both directions: work encroaches on the domestic sphere and similarly, private life spills over into the workplace. This overlap sometimes leads to better organization but can also be a source of tension.

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  • Memo

    Isabelle Attané

    Isabelle Attané comments on China’s move to end its one-child policy

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  • Memo

    Armelle Andro and Michel Bozon

    tell us about INED’s “ Demography, Gender and Societies” research team

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  • Games Imagining tomorrow’s population

    Imagining tomorrow’s population

    You can use the population simulator to see the future population trends of the whole world or of individual countries as forecast by the United Nations projections. You can also make your own simulations by adjusting fertility, life expectancy and the sex ratio at birth. Play with l’institut national d’études démographiques.

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  • Figures

    Population by sex and age on January 1st

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  • Files

    Demography of sub-Saharan Africa

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  • Research project

    Sexual and Reproductive health at different life stages

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  • Research project

    Occupational trajectories: changes by generation and life events

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  • Research project

    Violence and gender relations survey: contexts and consequences of violence against women and men (VIRAGE)

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