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Colloque: 100ème anniversaire du Traité instituant l’Union économique belgo-luxembourgeoise (UEBL)

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Launch of a series of short notes on gender disparities during the pandemic

The ‘LISER-MEGA Series on Gender Dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic’ summarises research findings and presents the views of experts on various dimensions of gender in the crisis
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Annual Report 2020

A 2020 annual report in the colors of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
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Special issue on COVID-19

COVID-19 and society: mobilizing scientific expertise during the pandemic
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Call for Papers: 11th Annual International Conference on Immigration in OECD Countries

Submissions are accepted until September 25, 2021
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The museum survey is launched!

From mid-June to mid-December 2021, 20,000 invited residents in six regions will be able to give their opinion on their museum practices, their appreciation of museums in Luxembourg or their reasons for not visiting museums.
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News | 21 Sep 21
Completion of the 14th International Conference on Migration and Development in Luxembourg
The hybrid event was done in partnership with the French Development Agency, the World Bank Development Research Group, the University of Luxembourg & LISER
Jelena Todorovic, Philippe Van Kerm, Eugenio Peluso
Jelena Todorovic, Philippe Van Kerm, Eugenio Peluso
News | 07 Sep 21
Social Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis in Europe
Discover the newly released analysis by the European Social Policy Network (ESPN)
News | 10 Aug 21
New study on strategies and practices of land owners and developers in Luxembourg
A joint publication by LISER and the University of Luxembourg examines how the ownership of residential land affects housing production
Publications | 13 Sep 21
Hannah Hook, Jonas De vos, Veronique Van Acker, (et al.)
News | 29 Jul 21
The multi-faceted benefits of language-in-education policies in Catalonia
A new LISER Policy Brief examines the benefits of language policies in education and draws parallels between Catalonia and Luxembourg