Tunisia, Cuba and Benin (Seminar 9 December 2015)
- This seminar is a follow up of the 29-30 September 2015 international Conference on “Demographic dynamics, social policies and intergenerational relationships: towards new configurations?”. Giving the floor to different researchers and practitioners, we wish to raise new discussions and debates between sociologists, demographers, anthropologists and other social policy specialists on the basis of recent research.
- This 3rd meeting, still organised within the research programme “Demographic (im)balances, family solidarity and social policy » of Ined’s Mobility, housing and social networks research unit, is supported by Paris Descartes University and Ined. The morning session is open to all.
- 9h45-10h. Welcome coffee
- 10h-10h15. Introduction, Valérie Golaz (Ined - UMR 151 LPED), Cécile Lefèvre (Paris Descartes University and Ined) and Jacques Véron (Ined)
- 10h15-10h55. Social protection and family relationships in transition in Tunisia, Hosni Nemsia (ILO Tunis) Abstract Download the PowerPoint
- 10h55-11h35. Ageing, families and social policies in Cuba. Research in progress, Blandine Destremau, CNRS, UMR 8156 IRIS (CNRS/EHESS/INSERM/Univ. Paris XIII). Abstract
- 11h35-12h15. Reconciling work and family life for women in Cotonou : between policies and practices, Agnès Adjamagbo and Bénédicte Gastineau, IRD, UMR 151 LPED (Aix-Marseille University/IRD). Abstract Download the PowerPoint
- 12h15-12h45. General discussion
- 12h45-13h45. Lunch
- 13h45-14h. Coffee
- 14h-15h. Overview of on-going research
- 15h-16h. Follow-up of the overall program and preparation of the 2016 InterSocDemo meetings
Place of the seminar: Salle Sauvy, Ined, 133 Bd Davout, 75020 Paris