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Forecasting migration between the EU, V4 AND Eastern Europe: impact of visa abolition

Мигранты, мигрантофобии и миграционная политика

Социальная интеграция мигрантов в контексте социальной безопасности (на материалах Республики Татарстан)

Key figures on Europe - 2014 edition

Estonia. Health Systems in Transition

По страницам журналов «Социальные аспекты здоровья населения» и «Вестник РАМН»

Содержание журнала «Population & Societes»

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№ 511, May 2014

The French pill scare: towards a new contraceptive model?

Nathalie Bajos, Mylène Rouzaud-Cornabas, Henri Panjo, Aline Bohet, Caroline Moreau and the Fecond team

A major controversy arose around third- and fourth-generation pills in late 2012 and early 2013, which led to the end of their reimbursement by the French national health insurance system in March 2013. What were the consequences of the controversy for the contraceptive model in France? Analysing the Fecond survey, carried out a few months later, the authors examine recent changes in contraceptive practices and the contribution of the media debate to these changes.


№ 512, June 2014

Family policy in France and Europe : recent changes and effects of the crisis

Olivier Thévenon, Willem Adema, Nabil Ali

Family policies are central to the well-being of individuals in Europe, but they differ substantially across countries. Drawing on the OECD Social Expenditure database (SOCX), Olivier Thévenon, Willem Adema and Nabil Ali describe the different policies in European countries to support families with children. They examine the modalities and the size of social spending on family benefits (expressed as a proportion of GDP), and consider how they have changed recently in response to the economic crisis.


№ 513, July/August 2014

Unsafe abortion still frequent across the world but less often fatal

Clémentine Rossier

The number of induced abortions worldwide has barely fallen in recent years, and half of them are performed illegally. Yet the number of abortion-related deaths has declined substantially over the last two decades. Clémentine Rossier provides an overview of unsafe abortion across the world, and explains the reasons for this paradox.


№ 514, September 2014

Who are the children enrolled in French daycare centres?

Nathalie Le Bouteillec, Lamia Kandil, Anne Solaz

Daycare centres are very popular among parents of young children in France, yet in 2011 only 16% of preschoolers aged below 3 had a place. Beyond the fact that demand far outstrips supply, are some children, such as those from disadvantaged families, more likely to get a place than others? Analysing data from the 2011 family and housing survey (Famille et Logements), Nathalie Le Bouteillec, Lamia Kandil and Anne Solaz examine the profiles of the children who attend these centres.


№ 515, October 2014

From Europe to Africa: Return migration to Senegal and the DRC

Marie-Laurence Flahaux, Cris Beauchemin, Bruno Schoumaker

In Europe, it is often assumed that African immigrants intend to settle permanently in the host country. Is this really the case? Do migrants only return home when they are encouraged or forced to do so by the authorities? Using data from the MAFE research programme (Migrations between Africa and Europe), Marie-Laurence Flahaux, Cris Beauchemin and Bruno Schoumaker analyse the factors behind the return migration of Senegalese and Congolese migrants leaving Europe.


№ 516, November 2014

Discrimination against people living with HIV infection in metropolitan France

Élise Marsicano, Rosemary Dray-Spira, France Lert, Christine Hamelin and the ANRS-VESPA2 group

In France, people living with HIV infection are treated with antiretroviral drugs to control the disease, so they should be able to lead normal lives. This is not always the case, however. Drawing on a national representative survey conducted in 2011, Élise Marsicano, Rosemary Dray-Spira, France Lert and Christine Hamelin describe the discrimination to which HIV infected people are exposed, be it in the workplace, in health care settings or in the family, and distinguish between the various reasons for unfair treatment (linked to their HIV status or other factors).


№ 517, December 2014

A demographic perspective on gender inequality

Christelle Hamel, Wilfried Rault, l’unité de recherche Démographie, genre et sociétés

Recent decades have seen major advances in gender equality. Are men and women now truly equal? The research conducted by INED’s Demography, Gender and Societies research unit confirms that much has been accomplished, but that the road ahead remains long.


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