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- Séance 2 : Réfugiés et déplacés environnementaux
- Population and Societies - Ined Editions - Ined - Institut national d’études démographiques
Significance The question of significance is then raised i. Further clarification of the European conception of the family or families might also be required. The analysis of the significance of European family law will inevitably vary depending on which point of view is adopted: the point of view of national peoples, mobile European citizens, nationals of third-party states living in the Union or aspiring to live there, States or the Union …. Reconciling these points of view also enriches the considerations.
The future The development of the family law of the Union in a quantitative enlarging its area of intervention, relationships with States and, perhaps above all, qualitative coordination, harmonization, unification, rationalization, articulation way would have a certain number of benefits. However, this development would inevitably come up against serious difficulties of a political and a technical nature.
The research on the possible deepening of European family law would therefore be twofold: the prospective content of European family law, and its relationship with national family laws. Methods of submission and publication Legal researchers and practitioners interested in this research project are invited to send their contribution to the members of the Scientific Board see email addresses above. Contributions must be in the form of a summary a maximum of 10, characters, spaces included written in French or English, presenting the chosen theme, the goals and interest of the contribution, the plan and main references normative, bibliographic etc.
The contributions will be subject of a selection process by Scientific Committee after they have been anonymized by the Scientific Board. The contribution may be accompanied by a quick presentation of the writer maximum characters spaces included. The papers will be published in the autumn of Contributors are informed that written contributions must be written in English or French and sent to the members of the Scientific Board before the conference on 11 and 12 June. Writers will, if they wish, have a short time after the conference in which to make slight adjustments to their original contributions to incorporate new aspects highlighted by other presentations or during the debates.
Timetable Submission of contributions: by 13 January Reply to contributors: week of 2 March Delivery of the written contribution : 28 May Conference dates: 11 and 12 June Delivery of the final contribution: 22 June Publication: Autumn Junior researchers and the competition Junior researchers are asked to examine the relationship between European law and the family from a new, critical and prospective stand point. The call for papers is therefore open to PhD students, doctors and post-docs under the same conditions.
At a time when the direction European construction should take is constantly being questioned, considerations about the European family could offer a path for political renewal for Europe. The best i. The letters received will be submitted to the Scientific Committee for selection after they have been anonymised by the Scientific Board. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The latest data on the population of metropolitan France structure and trends are given in a series of tables.
More complete datasets dating back to earlier years can also be downloaded in CSV format. INSEE includes the DOMs in its annual demographic overview and in most of the tables in its detailed annual study of the demographic situation in France. A provisional estimate is first issued and final figures are published at a later date.
Censuses are conducted in certain years to enumerate the population. The population changes from one year to the next. Natural change is the difference between births and deaths, and can be determined precisely from vital records. Net migration is the difference between the number of immigrants and the number of emigrants. It is estimated on the basis of available statistics.
Adjustments are sometimes made to establish overall consistency between census population figures and inter-census estimates of population change. To estimate its relative scale, population change is often expressed in relation to the mean population of a given year. Rates of birth, death, natural increase and total variation are obtained in this way. Registered births are recorded in statistical bulletins which provide a rich source of information. Completed cohort fertility is also calculated every year.
For example, women born in were 34 years old in We know how many children they have had before age 34 and we can estimate how many children they will have during their reproductive life. Fertility can be controlled by means of contraception and induced abortion. Information on contraceptive practice in France is obtained through surveys conducted regularly by INED since among the entire female population. The number of induced abortions is estimated on the basis of abortion notifications and hospital statistics.
INED is responsible for publication of abortion statistics. Marriage registers provide a rich source of information on marriage practices: number of marriages, previous marital status and nationality of spouses, etc.
Séance 2 : Réfugiés et déplacés environnementaux
The first task in a population census is to enumerate dwellings. Persons living in the same dwelling form a household, so each household comprises all the persons living in a single dwelling. According to the census definitions, a household may comprise one or more families. Death registers provide a means to measure variations in mortality. Deaths by sex and age are used to construct life tables which give life expectancy at birth, i.
The mortality of children under the age of one year is also specifically calculated. When a person dies, a doctor records the cause of death on a death certificate which is sent to INSERM where all causes of death are coded. On this page INED presents an overview of the annual number of entries of foreign citizens who immigrate legally and permanently to France. These immigration flow statistics consider only foreign nationals who are required to obtain a residence permit, and thus exclude citizens of the European Union. In line with international recommendations, only permits valid for more than one year are taken into account.
Population censuses provide an opportunity to count the number of inhabitants who were born outside France.
Population and Societies - Ined Editions - Ined - Institut national d’études démographiques
Among foreign-born inhabitants, a distinction is generally made between persons born with French nationality and immigrants, who are born with a different nationality. Inhabitants are distinguished by their nationality, i. French or foreign and, among French citizens, those who were born French and those who have been naturalized. The census provides information on current nationality and nationality at birth. Foreigners and immigrants form two different categories. Immigrants "born abroad as a foreign national" may still be foreigners at the time of the census or may have become French.
Foreigners, for their part, may have been born abroad in which case they are immigrants or in France in which case they are not immigrants. This section provides data tables on populations, births and deaths in Europe and in developed countries.
It also includes indicators of population change birth and death rates and the two main demographic indicators: the total fertility rate and life expectancy at birth. The World Population Prospects publication provides United Nations population estimates for all countries in the world for each year between and and projections under different scenarios low, medium and high for each year between and The figures presented here correspond to the projections for the current year in the medium scenario.
An atlas, interactive maps, an animated film on migrations and annotated graphs that will enable you to visualize and understand world demographic trends and the issues they involve. So you think you know everything about population? Check how well you do on our quizzes.
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Demographic fact sheets offer a brief, clear overview of current knowledge about populations. These materials—teaching kits, analytical notes, and interviews—summarize specific scientific questions and decipher the issues related to population questions.
All of them may be used as tools for introducing students to demographic phenomena and demographic change in France and throughout the world. Every month, it covers a different population question relating to France or other parts of the world. Its articles are written in clear and simple language intended for a wide audience. The French version is available in both printed and electronic formats, and the English version is available on-line.
Rechercher :. About INED The French Institute for Demographic Studies or INED, is a public research institute specialized in population studies that works in partnership with the academic and research communities at national and international levels. Who we are. Missions and activities Research Evaluation. International partnership agreements Academic and scientific networks Support for mobility. Researchers competitions Engineers and technicians, external exams Engineers and technicians, internal exams. For a job For an internship. Research teams People Research projects PhD students.
Library portal Statistical Methodology. Seminars on research methodology and practices in France and abroad, articles on method use, and extensive reference lists are just some of the statistics-related resources available StatApp RUSS Seminars.
Qualitative and quantitative surveys Data collection modes Questionnaire design and testing Interviewer training and data collection management Data capture, coding and cleansing, documentation. Ined Editions Ined researchers publications. Population Pyramid Population by sex and age on January 1st Population by age Centenarians Population by region and department Municipalities.
Births, deaths, migrations Fertility rates, mortality rates, natural increase. Abortions Contraception. Couples Household size Household structure Structure of families with child ren Number of child ren in the family Children of families. Life expectancy Life table Total deaths by sex Mortality rates by sex and age Causes of death Infant mortality. Immigration flows by sex and age in Immigration flows by continent of origin Immigration flows by reasons for admission.
Immigrant and foreign population Immigrants by country of birth. Population, births, deaths Births, deaths and infant mortality Total fertility rate Life expectancy at birth. Projections by countries Projections by continent. Can you rank different countries?