Seminars on Urban policy - Common law policies adjustments to promote people social mobility
The Centre for Strategic Analysis and the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers are pleased to invite you to the 3 seminars :
Area-Based Urban policies.
French perspectives and international insights
Friday, March 22th 2013
at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
292 rue Saint Martin - amphi Grégoire – 75003 Paris
Between the urban and the social, between places and people, between ascending or descending approaches, area-based urban policy has often fluctuated. Which contours have been given in France and abroad? This is the question that the Centre for Strategic Analysis and the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (master "Territories") suggest to focus, debating on the contributions of the recent report of the CAS -, which was published in the French Documentation in December 2012.
Comparison with the public policies abroad - Germany, USA, Netherlands, United Kingdom - illuminates debates hexagonal and identifies strategic orientations facing the spatial concentration of poverty. Thus, in France, the policies since the early 2000s have mostly focused on transforming the city to promote social diversity of the territories called 'disadvantaged', particularly through the National Urban Renewal Programme launched in 2003.
Abroad, however, other options could be used: for example in Germany, where the program "Social City" instead aimed to develop the areas concerned, in terms of urban, economic and social, in s' Based on their inherent potential and without trying to change their sociological composition, or the United States, where the Obama administration has sought to transform these areas into neighborhoods of choice and opportunity.
While urban policy is profiling, the authors of this report present their analysis and submit to the debate at three seminars open to the general public (students, researchers, actors).
- 9: 30: Welcome and presentation of the seminar
Chauffaut Delphine, Head of the Social Department of the Centre for Strategic Analysis
- 10am: Open access to employment areas by public policies better targeted
Yannick L'Horty, Professor of Economics at the University Paris-Est
Pascale Petit, Economist, Professor at the University of Evry-Val d'Essonne
- 11:15: The political choice of schools and their effects
Agnes Van Zanten, Director of Research at the Observatory sociological change, Sciences Po
- 12:30: Lunch
- 14:30: Mobility and residential choices
Noémie Houard, Policy Officer, Department of Social Affairs, Centre for Strategic Analysis
Christine Lelévrier, Professor at the Paris Institute of Urban Planning, University Paris-Est Créteil-
- 15:30: General discussion and conclusion
Hervé Masurel, Prefect, Secretary General of the Inter-Cities