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Locations : La Haine
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As of 2010, Eurostat estimated that 7.2 million foreign-born immigrants lived in France corresponding to 11.1% of the total population.
One of the largest population centres in Europe with more than 12 million inhabitants.
Desirable location often connected to, love, romance etc.
Poplar, yet, expensive holiday destination.
There are two national police forces called Police Nationale (PN) and Gendarmarie Nationale respectively. There is also the Prefecture of Police of Paris which provides policing services directly as a subdivision of France's Ministry of the Interior. Only certain designated police officers have the power to conduct criminal investigations, and such investigations are supervised by investigative magistrates.
They are always armed and openly carry guns and tasers in their belts.
In 2012 someone said: "France is more divided than ever, It's split into clans and ghettos: some people have all the advantages, the rest are crushed" so it hasnt really changed since La Haine was made.
October - November 2005
A state of emergency was declared on 8 November after a series of riots in which mainly Arab, North African and black French second-generation immigrants took part.
Kicked off due to detained youths being electrocuted which caused blackouts in the police station and surrounding areas.
What is it like today?
Locations : La Haine
Molly, Sophie, Ashley
Since the 1970s and 1980s, the phrase les banlieues has been increasingly used to describe suburban low-income housing projects in which mainly French of foreign descent or foreign immigrants reside.
Real Life banlieues
2 teenagers dies when their motorcycle collided with a police car. The riots kicked off on 26th November 2007 and are similar to the events of the 2005 riots. This is a clearly an issue bubbling until it spills over.
Among the 802,000 newborns in metropolitan France in 2010, 27.3% had at least one foreign-born parent and about one quarter (23.9%) had at least one parent born outside of Europe
Algerian immigrant workers who were encouraged to come to France in the nineteen-forties and fifties were placed in temporary housing on the periphery of France’s cities, and these geographically segregated banlieues are where later immigrants have continued to live.