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Hong Kong Protests: A Peaceful and Violent Weekend

As protests in Hong Kong continue over the weekend, thousands of people joined hands to form a human chain that stretched across the city on Friday. It was yet another demonstration – this one entirely peaceful – in a series of protests that have rocked the former British colony for the past 12 weeks.  The […]

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(24/08/2019 @ 14:28)

Two Million Children in West and Central Africa Robbed of an Education Due to Conflict

Fourteen-year-old Fanta lives in a tent in a settlement in Zamaï, a village in the Far North Region of Cameroon with her mother and two brothers. They came here more than a year ago after her father and elder brother were murdered and her elder sister abducted by the extremist group Boko Haram. The day […]

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(24/08/2019 @ 06:09)

Amazon Fires Heat Up Political Crisis in Brazil

August is the month of major political crises in Brazil, but no one suspected that an environmental issue would be the trigger for the storms threatening the government of President Jair Bolsonaro, just eight months into his term. Protests against the fires sweeping Brazil’s Amazon rainforest are spreading around the world, especially in Europe, and […]

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(23/08/2019 @ 19:15)

Little Hope of Justice for Rohingya, Two Years after Exodus

Two years after the start of an exodus of Rohingya civilians from genocide-like attacks in Myanmar, members of the mainly Muslim minority have little hope of securing justice, rights or returning to their homes, according to the United Nations and aid groups. Reports this week from the U.N. and Oxfam, a charity, show that, on […]

The post Little Hope of Justice for Rohingya, Two Years after Exodus appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(23/08/2019 @ 12:29)

G7 Leaders Urged to Promote Gender Empowerment

As leaders of the seven major industrialised nations (G7) meet in the coastal seatown of Biarritz in the south west of France, one of the world's leading women's organisations is calling for the protection and advancement of women worldwide. Katja Iversen, President/CEO of Women Deliver, and a two-time member of both G7 Gender Equality Advisory […]

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(23/08/2019 @ 02:46)

How Tibet has Successfully Reduced Poverty

According to the Tibet’s Social Science Academy's Institute of Rural Economic Studies, the number of Tibetans still living in poverty has been brought down from 850,000 a few years ago to 150,000. Tibetan officials say the government is committed to reducing that number to zero by the end of this year.

The post How Tibet has Successfully Reduced Poverty appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(22/08/2019 @ 04:38)

Why Can't Dynamic Asia-Pacific Beat Poverty?

Shuvojit Banerjee is Economic Affairs Officer, Financing for Development Section, UN Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Poh Lynn Ng is Economic Affairs Officer, Global Economic Monitoring Branch, Economic Analysis and Policy Division, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA)

The post Why Can't Dynamic Asia-Pacific Beat Poverty? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(22/08/2019 @ 04:26)

How to Bring the Indus Delta Back to Life – Give it Water

Gulab Shah, 45, is having sleepless nights. He and his family are worried about their imminent migration from their village in Jhaloo to a major city in Pakistan, thanks to the continued ingress of sea water inland.  “That is all that I and my brothers discuss day and night,” he told IPS over telephone from […]

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(21/08/2019 @ 08:30)

The Syrian Tragedy

As I often do, I recently discussed the Syrian Civil War with a friend of Lebanese origin. He is far from supporting the Syrian regime, which occupied his country of origin between 1989-2008. My friend assumes the Syrian government was behind the assassination of Lebanon´s prime minister Bachir Gemayel, who in 1982 together with 26 […]

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(21/08/2019 @ 06:22)

A ‘Cure' for Ebola but Will it Stop the Outbreak if People Won't Get Treatment?

While people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are slowly being made aware that scientists have discovered two drugs that are effective in treating Ebola, letting go of the fear and anxiety that has prevailed across the country this year will require more work. After several months of intense research, mAb114 and REGN-EB3, two […]

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(20/08/2019 @ 10:44)

Southern African Development Community Loses Billions in Illicit Outflows

The Southern African Development Community (SADC), which comprise 16 member states, loses about 8.8 billion dollars in trade-related illicit outflows and about 21.1 billion dollars in external government debt payments annually, according to a new report released here. Michael Buraimoh, Director, Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA), told IPS there are several reasons for this, including […]

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(20/08/2019 @ 05:54)

Solving the Climate Crisis is Beyond Governments

Claudia Ortiz is UNDP Technical Advisor on Climate Change Adaptation

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(20/08/2019 @ 04:52)

UN Aid Boss Promises “Punishment” for Misconduct in Yemen and Palestine

A senior United Nations official has promised a thorough investigation into allegations of misconduct in field operations in Yemen and the occupied Palestinian territories, saying that those responsible would be punished. Ursula Mueller, the U.N.'s assistant secretary-general for humanitarian affairs, decried the “devastating” impact of U.N. staffers lining their own pockets with cash that was […]

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(20/08/2019 @ 04:12)

South Must Also Set International Tax Rules

Recently, Christine Lagarde, outgoing Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), argued that developing ‘countries need a seat at the table' to design rules governing international corporate taxation. This acknowledges recent IMF findings that developing countries lose approximately USD200 billion in potential tax revenue yearly, about 1.3 per cent of their GDP, due to […]

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(20/08/2019 @ 03:41)

World Health Organisation's New Effort Can Help End Neglected Tropical Diseases

Dr. Ifeanyi Nsofor is a medical doctor, the CEO of EpiAFRIC, Director of Policy and Advocacy for Nigeria Health Watch

The post World Health Organisation's New Effort Can Help End Neglected Tropical Diseases appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/08/2019 @ 14:25)

“The African and Asian Parliamentarians' Meeting on Population and Development: Creating Positive Impacts for ICPD+25 and SDGs”

Osamu Kusumoto (Ph.D.), Executive Director and Secretary General Asian Population and Development Association (APDA)

The post “The African and Asian Parliamentarians' Meeting on Population and Development: Creating Positive Impacts for ICPD+25 and SDGs” appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/08/2019 @ 05:06)

Addressing Gender & Protection Issues During Humanitarian Emergencies

Nimarta Khuman is a Gender and Protection Advisor at UN Women under the Australia Assists Program, managed by RedR Australia. Her role involves supporting the Vanuatu Government's Department of Women Affairs and Gender and Protection Cluster to address gender and protection concerns related to the Ambae emergency and other natural disasters.

The post Addressing Gender & Protection Issues During Humanitarian Emergencies appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/08/2019 @ 04:20)

The Role of Women's Organisations in Crisis-Settings


Marcy Hersh, is the Senior Manager of Humanitarian Advocacy at Women Deliver & Cecilia Chami is the Programs Director of Lebanon Family Planning Association for Development and Family Empowerment (LFPADE).

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(19/08/2019 @ 03:51)

How Tibet Doubled its Life Expectancy

Tibet’s complicated typography means that the terrain is not easy for its people. Whilst the country is breathtaking, one incredible story about Tibet is that of the dramatic socio-economic changes the region has undergone.

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(19/08/2019 @ 02:30)

Russia and Syria in the Spotlight for Latest Idlib Medic Deaths

Medical aid groups have again blasted Russian and Syrian government forces this week for an ever-growing death toll among doctors, paramedics and other health workers in military strikes in northwestern Syria. The Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) said two medical workers were killed in an attack Wednesday at an ambulance centre in Ma'aret Hurmeh, a […]

The post Russia and Syria in the Spotlight for Latest Idlib Medic Deaths appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(16/08/2019 @ 06:51)

Dernière mise à jour : 24/08/2019 @ 10:10


Recherche





Spécial : réforme Bac 2021
- Enseignement de spécialité "Langues, litteratures et cultures étrangères et régionales de la classe terminale de la voie générale":BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019
- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.
- Enseignement de spécialité LLCER: Programme limitatif pour l'enseignement de spécialité LLCER Anglais : BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019
- Baccalauréat général et technologique: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de langues vivantes A et B - session 2021:BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
- Baccalauréat général: Épreuves communes de contrôle continu de spécialité suivis uniquement pendant la classe de première de la voie générale - session 2021- BO n°17 du 25 avril 2019
- Nouveaux programmes du lycée
:  BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.
- Vers le BAC 2021
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