The French Institute for Demographic Studies or INED, is a public research institute placed under the dual supervision of the Ministry of Research and the Ministry of Social Affairs.
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.
Institut national d’études démographiques (INED)
9 cours des Humanités
93322 Aubervilliers Cedex
Tel : 0156062000
Director of Publications: Magda Tomasini
Editor in chief : Xavier Thierry
Webmaster and web project manager: Geneviève Bourge
Writer : Sarah Féron
Design and production: INED
Graphic design and development: Opixido
Animation conception:"World population in graphs", "Migration worldwide", "World population maps", "The world population and me", "The family game", "Imagining tomorrow’s population" and "The world population", Gilles Pison
"All countries" Data : Arianna Caporali
"France" et "Europe and developped countries" data : Silvia Huix, Karine Sohler
The images and illustrations on this site are from a variety of different sources and image banks, specifically Fotolia, the Flickr network, and the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement.
Copyrights and image rights are indicated either in the caption below the photo or the online photo file IPTCs.
Copyrights noted © and Creative Commons licences CC.
Credits for the images and illustrations in the news items and scrolling menu sections may be found below:
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- Partnerships and strategy: ©INED
- International policy: © Brent Hofacker - Fotolia.com
- Joining INED: ©INED
- Top stories for specialists: © atp
- Scientific meetings: © IUSSP
- E-newsletter: © Brian Jackson - Fotolia.com
- Press centre: © Fontanis - Fotolia.com
- Research teams: CC Ashbeta
- People: © Sergey Nivens - Fotolia.com
- Research porjects: CC Ars Electronica
- PhD Students: © Street Art- Nemo
- Post-docs: © Street Art- Nemo
- Surveys: © Street Art- Mesnager
- Library portal: ©INED
- Readings on specific topics: CC JR_Paris
- Selected links: © INFINITY - Fotolia.com
- Statistical amalysis methods: ©INED
- Survey methodology: ©INED
All about population
- Data: ©INED
- 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 Raphaël Debengy
On today’s homepage
Web carrousel n°1:
"How demography and population science contribute to our understanding of this public health crisis and the confinement period"
Web carrousel n°2:
"New free ePUB available on the INED website": © INED
Web carrousel n°3:
"INED teaching materials": CC Yasmeen
Web carrousel n°4:
"Demography of COVID-19 deaths": CC BlenderTimer
Web carrousel n°5:
"The ELFE survey (French Longitudinal Survey from birth) to focus on the effects of COVID-19": © Adobe Stock
Focus: "Care for dependent older persons in France": CC danilarrifotografia0
Focus: "How demography and population science contribute to our understanding of this public health crisis and the confinement period"
Multimedia: "Imagine the population of tomorrow": © INED - Opixido
Video: "Normes corporelles, tensions mentales et troubles du comportement alimentaire à l’adolescence": © INED
Top stories/for specialist
"In the press this week" : ©INED