To celebrate the hard work of the 450 researchers and administrative staff who have collaborated with LIVES during its first 12 years, numerous research activities and dissemination of results to scientists, authorities, professionals and the general public have been
The LIVES Centre is collaborating with the Collection de l'Art Brut in Lausanne to organise an exhibition bringing together 7 authors of art brut. From 10 June to 27 November 2022, the works of these Swiss artists or artists who have lived in Switzerland will be exhibited in Lausanne.
On Wednesday 22 June 2022, LIVES invited its members, alumni, partners and friends to celebrate its first 12 years of research. More than 100 people took part in this important event in the beautiful setting of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.
On Friday 3 June 2022, on the occasion of the Dies Academicus of the University of Lausanne, the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Nicky Le Feuvre, awarded the title of Doctor honoris causa to prof. Richard A. Settersten (Oregon State University - USA).
In Switzerland, the most common career path for women is a return to part-time work after maternity. However, this choice proves to be disadvantageous in the long run in terms of subjective well-being.
On Thursday 28 April 2022, thirty associations as well as migrant women and LGBTIQ+ people met with researchers from UNIGE, HETS and UNIL to discuss 7 themes around migration and equality in Geneva.
ICSG's Deputy Director, Dr. Áine Ní Léime has been awarded a 1-year research fellowship from the LIVES Swiss Centre of Expertise on Life Course Research. During this period, Áine will be leading a work programme in conjunction with Prof.
Lausanne, 9th February 2022 – Although pornography is an industry mainly run by and for men, paradoxically it seems to have a detrimental effect on male sexuality but a beneficial effect on female sexuality.