Published January 20, 2023 | Version v1
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Case study n°10 : From hazards in Senegal to migrants' integration in the City of Paris, Impact Chain model

  • 1. RAMBOLL


The case work led to the development of two correlated impact chains. The first impact chain (“risk sender”) models the components of the decision to migrate for rural Senegalese, accounting for hazard occurrence as well as the exposure and vulnerability. The outcome of the individual arbitrage is migration (internal or international), or immobility (willing or trapped). The second impact chain (“risk receiver”) considers the integration process for international migrants, accounting for the exposure and vulnerability of Paris in multiple dimensions (economic, social, cultural, linguistic, residential).


Impact Chain approach for the Paris case study.pdf

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