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Disseminating the results of research in progress and opening up avenues for dialogue

In March 2012, the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme launched a new series of scientific papers, authored by its visiting fellows and by the participants in its thematic or international cooperation programmes or in its networks.

Working papers (documents de travail) report on research in progress. They are intended to facilitate the dissemination of results and to explore avenues for dialogue between scientific communities and civil society.

 

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