Visuel Serge Rabier

Serge Rabier

Population and Gender Expert at Agence Française de Développement

5 published articles

What is the position of institutions on feminism?
Opinion

What is the position of institutions on feminism?

A look back at the multifaceted history of forms of feminism should prompt reflection and analysis on the ideological and political foundations of institutions and thereby allow them to have a clearer and more effective position for their strategies and operations.
Serge Rabier
For a new global pact on sustainable development adapted to demographic change
Opinion

For a new global pact on sustainable development adapted to demographic change

Demographic trends differ across the globe, with some countries experiencing high fertility rates and others societal aging. Future development models will have to adapt to these contradictory and increasingly marked trends.
Serge Rabier, Farid Lamara
Population dynamics in the South: how will cities change?
Opinion

Population dynamics in the South: how will cities change?

If population growth and urban growth are related, the sustainability of tomorrow’s cities will above all depend on urban planning and how cities are linked with the rural world. In this fourth episode of our series “Tomorrow, 9 Billion People,” we explore population dynamics in the South.
Serge Rabier, Farid Lamara
The “population bomb”: a barrier to sustainable development?
Opinion

The “population bomb”: a barrier to sustainable development?

Is the increase in the world population really a “population bomb”? Beyond the number of inhabitants of the planet, it is our mode of development and its limits that first and foremost need to be questioned.
Serge Rabier, Farid Lamara
Worldwide demographic change: new horizons for development
Opinion

Worldwide demographic change: new horizons for development

At the start of 2021, iD4D has chosen to analyze the big demographic trends at work in the world. This first episode of our series “Tomorrow, 9 billion people” gives an overview of these major developments.
Serge Rabier, Hélène Djoufelkit