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Funder/CentreMinistere de la sante et des solidarites
Programme:Kinship and family solidarity
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Kinship and family solidarityResearch Programme

Programme type

Subtheme on ageing

Programme status

Closed

Total number of funded projects

12

Summary of key aims

This is a joint research programme of kinship and family solidarities that was financed
jointly by the Ministry of Employment and Solidarity and the Caisse Nationale d'Allocations
Familiales. Because the theme of family solidarity is very broad, several definitions were
retained for the programme under two main themes: family strategies for support and family
obligations (which in France are enshrined in law). These two main forms of solidarity are
examined both at the individual level and at the level of institutions.
A principal objective of the programme was to have a multi-disciplinary approach involving
research projects from economists, historians, lawyers, political and social scientists.
The programmes sollicited research projects either on specific dimensions of the family life cycle
,(young parents, older persons) as well as projects examining more generally intergenerational relationships.
Throughout the life of the programme (2001-2004) regular seminars were held involving all the participants.
These seminars were designed to help develop work in progress.

Management contact

Mr. Pierre Strobel
pierre.strobel@sante.gouv.fr
Director
MiRE (Mission for Research)
11 place des 5 martyrs du Lycée Buffon
F-75696
Paris

Admin contact

Ministry of Research
secretariat-communication@recherche.gouv.fr
+33 1 55 55 82 11
1 street Descartes
75231 Paris
cedex 05
France

Scientific contact

Mr. Patrick Ducheyron
patrick.ducheyron@sante.gouv.fr
01.40.56.82.24
MiRE (Mission for Research)
11 place des 5 martyrs du Lycée Buffon
F-75696
Paris

Funding contact

Mr. Patrick Ducheyron
patrick.ducheyron@sante.gouv.fr
01.40.56.82.24
MiRE (Mission for Research)
11 place des 5 martyrs du Lycée Buffon
F-75696
Paris

Is the project externally evaluated?

No

What forms of international collaboration does the programme support?

  • ▪ Foreign collaborators working in their own countries
  • ▪ Travel for foreign collaborators
  • ▪ National researchers abroad
  • ▪ Travel for national researchers

Interdisciplinary research is a strategic priority...

  • For the programme ✔
  • For the funding agency ✔
  • Nationally ✔