Youth & Societies in Europe and around the Mediterranean
8th meetings, “Gender and youth”
These “Youth and Societies” meetings, led by the Triangle laboratory (UMR 5206) and the Max Weber Center (UMR 5283), are co-organized with the National institute of youth and popular education (Injep).
They work the following way:
- The plenary meetings are an opportunity for presentations on social and gender relations among youth.
- Some workshops focus on gender and youth in the fields of culture, subcultures and countercultures, engagement, institutions and public policy, parenthood, migration, sexualities, professions, marriage, mobility, etc.
- Other workshops are dedicated to themes that have been recurrent across these Youth & Societies meetings since their creation, and that are not particularly centered on gender.
- Other themes discussed can include: family education, first socializations, academic trajectories, social and professional inclusion, juvenile autonomy and dependencies, generational engagements, youth inequalities, generations and migratory trajectories.
Scientific Committee: Hélène Buisson-Fenet (Triangle – ENS Lyon) / Christine Detrez (CMW-ENS Lyon) / Emmanuelle Santelli (CMW – ISH) / Henri Eckert (Gresco – Université de Poitiers) / Dominique Epiphane (Céreq) / Francine Labadie (Injep) / Nadia Lamamra (IFFP – U. Lausanne) / Françoise Lorcerie (Iremam – Aix-Marseille Université)? / Gilles Moreau (Gresco – U. de Poitiers)? ?/ Paolo Zurla (U. de Bologne) / Nicola De Luigi (U. de Bologne) / Vanessa Di Paola (LEST, Aix-Marseille U.) / Maribel Garcia (UAB) / Yaël Brinbaum (CEE) / Estelle Bonnet (CMW – ISH) / Elise Vinet (GREPPS / Lyon 2) / M. Thivend (LARHRA) / Corinne Rostaing (CMW – ISH
Organizing Committee: Hélène Buisson-Fenet (Triangle – ENS Lyon) / Christine Detrez (CMW-ENS Lyon) / Lucie Jégat (CMW-ENS Lyon) / Lydie Kowet (Triangle – ENS Lyon) / Emmanuelle Santelli (CMW – ISH) / Laurine Thizy (CMW-ENS Lyon) / Cécile Thomé (ENS Lyon) / Olivier Vanhée (CMW–Ifé)
Useful linksInformation on Triangle's website