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  • Referred to as "DOM-TOM" - for domaines d'outre-mer and territoires d'outre-mer ⎯ these possessions include several that are considered to be official departments of France: Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean, French Guiana in South

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  • They're probably from the DOM-TOM territories, we have quite a few little islands in our possession in the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans.

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  • DOM-TOM territories, while the French communist government in Europe controls France's colonies in mainland Africa.

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  • By the beginning of the Mitterrand government in 1982, policy focused on assimilating and integrating the DOM-TOM population that had already settled in France.

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  • The total DOM-TOM population residing in metropolitan France in 1990, counting people born in or descended from people in all of France's overseas departments and territories [...] was

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  • And, by 1983, government policy began to focus on developing employment opportunities and increasing social benefits in the DOM-TOM in order to limit the in-migration of DOM-TOMiens to France.

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  • The DOM-TOM (Departements d'Outre Mer et Territoires d'Outre-Mer) population is all French citizens, primarily from the islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Caribbean and Reunion in the Indian Ocean.

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  • Discrimination is considered the primary reason that unemployment for children of migrants from the DOM-TOM parallels that of non-citizen immigrants.

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  • départements d'outre-mer et territoires d'outre-mer

    (French overseas departments and territories)

    May 25, 2011