Abortion in the European Union: Institutional sources of divergences and solidarities

Project holders:  Hélène Périvier (OFCE, LIEPP) Lucy Van de Wiel (King's College London) Research team :  Hazal Atay (Phd candidate at CEVIPOF, Political Science & consultant at WHO, Global Abortion Policies Database) Project description :  Europe has long been leading the trends towards liberalization of abortion access...

The effects of targeted messages to businesses about discrimination in hiring (WWY)

Project holders :  Mirna Safi (CRIS, LIEPP) Morgane Laouenan (Université Paris 1, LIEPP) Project description:  While discrimination in hiring, particularly the one that is related to origin, is still a concern, the ways to put an end to it remain under-studied. In an attempt to fill this gap, the project aims to test targeted...

Seminars of the Discriminations and category-based policies research group

The discriminations and category-based policies research group organizes seminars open to all, presenting research work on various topics related to its research themes. Upcoming sessions:  Past sessions :  2022 22 novembre (co-organisée avec le CEE) : Parliamentary Stayers in Western Democracies: Mind the Gender-Gap in...

Experience et traitement des discriminations et des inégalités dans la fonction publique (Poste-enquête qualitative TeO2)

Project holders :  Eberhard Mireille (Université Paris Cité) Chappe Vincent-Arnaud ( EHESS-CEMS ) Project description :  This project examines the potential impact of discrimination and inequalities linked to migratory origin, gender and class in the context of the civil service (recruitment, careers, functioning of...

Welfare State Change as a Polanyian Double Movement. How social policy change affects women across different social classes. (POLWOM)

Project holder :  Emanuele Ferragina (CRIS, LIEPP) Research team :  Federico Danilo Filetti ( Sciences Po)  Edoardo Magalini (OECD)  Project description : The POLWOM project contributes to the literature investigating and interpreting the connection between welfare state change, gender and class comparatively....

Side Effects of Role MOdel interventioN (SERMON)

Project holder :  Catherine Verniers (LPS, Université Paris Cité) Research team :  Cristina Aelenei (LPS, Université Paris Cité) Thomas Breda (CNRS,Ecole d'Economie de Paris) Andrei Cimpian (NYU) Joseph Cimpian (NYU) Lola Girerd (ATER, LSP, Université Paris Cité) Laurent Sovet (LAPEA, Université Paris Cité)  Project...

Assessing the criminalization of procuring in France

Project holders :  Hélène Le Bail (CNRS, CERI) Marie Mercat-Bruns (CNAM, CNRS, Sciences Po) Research team :  Mathilde Geoffroy Project description :  This project aims to assess how the law on procuring is implemented and what is the impact for prostitutes/sex workers based on a study of case law and interviews with...

Understanding the visible representation gaps in democratic parliaments

  On the occasion of the French legislative elections of June, the team at LIEPP (Sciences Po) discuss with Laura Morales (Professor of Comparative Politics at Sciences Po) and Claire Vincent-Mory (Post-doctoral researcher at LIEPP) how the project "Inclusive Democracies? Conceptualising and Measuring the Descriptive and Substantive Political...

Etudier, comprendre et appréhender les violences fondées sur le genre

Le LIEPP co-organise l'École thématique :  Étudier, comprendre et appréhender les violences fondées sur le genre. Perspectives interdisciplinaires et internationales (Violences_Genre)  Dates : du lundi 16 mai 2022 au vendredi 20 mai 2022 Lieu : Centre d'hébergement Paul Langevin (CAES du CNRS) à Aussois, Savoie  Objectifs...

Equal Pay Policy in Practice: An International Research Workshop

Project holders:  Amy G. MAZUR (Washington State University, LIEPP) Sophie POCHIC (Centre Maurice Halbwachs, CNRS, EHESS, ENS) Project description:  Much research shows that gender wage gaps have been difficult to narrow, in part due to the limits of regulatory policies and collective negotiations. Through an international and...
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