1 February 2017

Urban insecurity, a social issue

How can urban insecurity be categorized in terms of risk exposure and in terms of perception? Does this perception vary based on socio-professional class, political […]
1 February 2017

When the state champions the cause of women. A historical perspective.

Improving the status of women and challenging gender inequalities was one of the most significant social transformations of the 20th century. What role did public […]
25 January 2017

Fraternity versus equality

A myth worth revisiting Does France, the so-called country of human rights, display exemplary equality? This is the question that Réjane Sénac seeks to answer […]
25 January 2017

The politics of administrative reorganization

Creating new agencies, merging services, establishing one-stop shops: why are governing bodies in France and abroad constantly changing the scope and jurisdictions of bureaucracies, thereby […]
25 January 2017

Will Paris become a green city?

“Paris lacks green spaces”: how many times has this statement been made?! A strong need for Nature has become apparent among the citizens of one […]
12 July 2016

Europe’s response to migrations

As a major and age-old phenomenon, migration is central to research conducted at Sciences Po across all disciplines. To cover this issue is to embark […]
27 June 2016

Cogito, the Newsletter of Research at Sciences Po

The launch of Cogito has one main purpose: to share our most recent research findings and new projects with you. It was not easy to […]
24 June 2016

The political and social life of identification papers in Africa

The political and social life of identification papers in Africa is a project supported by the National Agency for Research for the 2016-2019 timeframe, and […]
22 June 2016

A different approach to political competition

Remarks on the strategy and structure of party competition While William H. Riker and Stein Rokkan’s works, as well as the intellectual schools that have […]