World migrations, Discrimination, Integration

Below you can access all the contents of the INED site on this topic, in all formats and from the least to the most specialised: multimedia content, publications, research projects, research mini-sites, selected links and others.

  • Memo Cris Beauchemin, Christelle Hamel and Patrick Simon

    Cris Beauchemin, Christelle Hamel and Patrick Simon

    Cris Beauchemin, Christelle Hamel et Patrick Simon répondent à nos questions à l’occasion de la sortie du livre « Trajectoires et origines » publié aux Éditions de l’Ined

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  • Memo

    Migration worldwide

    Over 230 million people in the world do not live in the country they were born in. International migrants represent just slightly over 3% of the world’s population.

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  • Memo

    Third « Rencontres de la Démo » conference

    The conference was held at INED in December 2016 for the third year running; the topic was migration.

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  • Video The french experience- Interview with François Heran

    The french experience- Interview with François Heran

    Interview for the seminar : " Migration and integration: why does scientific research have so little impact on political decision-making?” Date : 28th of March 2017 Duration : 2’20"

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  • Figures

    Births, deaths, migrations

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  • Figures

    Immigrants by country of birth

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  • Figures

    Immigrant and foreign population

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  • Research project

    Birth of a population and construction of identities in a colonial context.
    Europeans in Algeria in the 19th century.

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  • Research project

    Dynamics of ethno-racial diversity and social segmentation (DIVETHNO)

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  • Research project

    Historical demography in the era of Big Data

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  • minisite

    ENQUÊTE "TRAJECTOIRES ET ORIGINES"

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  • minisite

    Longitudinal survey in rural Mali
    (Slam project)

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  • minisite

    “TRAJECTORIES AND ORIGINS” SURVEY

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