Transcript of Interview of Dominique Sopo by Daniel Sabbagh
Interview Transcript / January 2010 / Available in French and in English
This is the transcript of a video interview between Dominique Sopo, president of SOS Racisme, the most influential grassroots organization in France, and Daniel Sabbagh, Senior Research Fellow at CERI – Sciences Po and scientific advisor to the Equality of Opportunity Program. This conversation was part of a series of interviews produced by the French-American Foundation between Daniel Sabbagh and five French experts on the theme of equal opportunity.
The following themes were discussed:
- France and the United States: Historical Differences
- Indirect Discrimination and "Ethno-Racial" Categories
- Racial Categorization and Audit Studies of Employment Discrimination
- Immigration and Discrimination
- The Views of SOS Racisme on Employment Discrimination
- The Anonymous CV as a Negation of the Applicant's Identity?
- Discrimination in the Housing Market
- "Against Discrimination" or "For Diversity?"
- Police Discrimination
- What Can Be Learned from the U.S. Experience?
Video excerpts from the interview are on view here in the Video Library.EmploymentEthno-racial StatisticsHistorical FrameworkHousingLegal FrameworkPolicySocial Stereotypes