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News and Views from the Global South


For Girls, the Biggest Danger of Sexual Violence Lurks at Home

“During the pandemic, sexual violence against girls has grown because they have been confined with their abusers. If the home is not a safe place for them, what is then, the streets?” Mà­a Calderón, a young activist for sexual and reproductive rights in the capital of Peru, remarks with indignation. The 19-year-old university student, whose […]

(22/10/2021 @ 14:56)

An Ambitious, Stakeholder-Driven Climate Change Commitment Ahead of COP26: Eswatini's Revised Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Process

There is no country today that has not experienced the effects of climate change, from changing weather patterns to extreme, devastating weather events. The Kingdom of Eswatini is no exception. Climate change is already affecting the country and key sectors of its economy. It is already having to adapt to pronounced climate change impacts, including […]

(22/10/2021 @ 11:29)

Big Brother is Watching You– as Electronic Surveillance Dominates Lives

The British novelist George Orwell's “1984” characterized a dystopian society where people were restricted from independent thought and were victims of constant surveillance. Published in 1949, it was a prophecy of the future with the underlying theme: “Big Brother is Watching You” Fast forward to 2021 We are back in “1984” where all our movements […]

(22/10/2021 @ 10:11)

Artist Asks Uncomfortable Questions at Paris Fair

How does injustice make you feel? Do you see yourself as a perpetrator, or as a victim? Is there any such thing as neutrality? These are some of the questions that Dorian Sari asks through artwork, which includes blurry photographs with violently shattered glass frames. The award-winning Turco-Swiss artist – who uses the pronoun they […]

(22/10/2021 @ 09:17)

Grabbed

“Imagine that the land your family has worked for generations is suddenly stripped away from you, purchased by wealthy companies or governments to produce food or bio-fuels or simply as a profitable investment for other people, often far away. You watch on helplessly as vast tracts of land are cleared for mono-culture crops and rivers […]

(22/10/2021 @ 08:31)

We Heard Public Development Banks, but Will They Have the Guts to Deliver?

Public development banks have committed to ramp up action to tackle climate change, to protect biodiversity, to promote human rights, to align their investments with the SDGs and the Paris Agreement, and to create spaces of dialogue with civil society, farmers, indigenous peoples, and communities affected by the projects that they, as banks, finance. These […]

(22/10/2021 @ 01:18)

In Sub-Saharan Africa and Elsewhere, We Need to Look Harder for Tuberculosis

Before COVID-19 came along, tuberculosis (TB) was a primary focus of health authorities in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2019, approximately 1.4 million people were diagnosed with TB in the region, but epidemiologists estimated that 1 million more had TB but were neither diagnosed nor treated. The scope and intensity of the global TB epidemic is fueled […]

(21/10/2021 @ 12:23)

Despite Climate Crisis, Politicians Will Double the Production of Energy from Fossil Fuels

In a time when the world’s scientific community sounds louder, and stronger than ever, the alarm about the fast growing climate crisis and its destructive impacts, governments still plan to produce more than double the amount of fossil fuels in 2030. The information comes from the 2021 Production Gap Report, which has been elaborated by […]

(21/10/2021 @ 05:35)

Bringing Quality Education to Syria's Most Vulnerable, Crisis-Impacted Children – Their Education Cannot Wait

In war-torn Syria, the support of Education Cannot Wait (ECW) – the United Nations global fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises – is bringing positive, life-changing educational opportunities tailored to children like 11-year-old Ali. Ali, who lives in Raqqa with his two siblings and parents, has to work to help support his family. […]

(21/10/2021 @ 05:11)

COP26: Building Climate Resilience Will Require a Focus on Those Furthest Behind

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, approaches (31 October -12 November in Glasgow, Scotland), climate action is more urgent than ever. Yes, we need climate change mitigation. But for the people who are most marginalized, the impacts of climate change are already severe and worsening, necessitating an expansion of climate […]

(21/10/2021 @ 02:37)

Climate Change: How 1.300 Billion Africans Cause Least But Suffer Most

While Africa reportedly causes just 4 percent of global emissions of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) —an acidic colourless gas with a density about 53% higher than that of dry air, causing climate change—, this vast continent, home to over 1.300 billion inhabitants in 52 countries, bears the heaviest brunt of 80 percent of the climate crisis […]

(20/10/2021 @ 13:17)

Fair Tax Plan Could Prejudice Global South

An agreement between 136 countries aimed at forcing the world's biggest companies to pay a fair share of tax has been condemned by critics who say it will benefit richer states at the expense of the global South. A deal agreed on October 8, and which covers around 90% of the global economy, includes plans […]

(20/10/2021 @ 09:36)

10 Days to Defeat 2547 Miles of Pain

They call it the Tlaxcala-New York Route. Between one end and the other, there are 2547 miles. An infamous road that today is one of the most important channel for human trafficking gangs. And a route seemingly impossible to destroy because of its million-dollar profits. The victims traveling along this route from Mexico to the […]

(20/10/2021 @ 02:49)

Forests & Climate: We Need to do Much, Much More

Governments agree that saving the climate means saving forests – but ambition and action fall short of what's required. First the good news: one of the forest goals agreed by governments, businesses and civil society organizations has been met. In 2014, the New York Declaration on Forests (NYDF) set out 10 goals for protecting and […]

(20/10/2021 @ 01:43)

Turning Carriers of Water into Managers of Water

Each morning, Langelihle Tshuma checks her taps to confirm the water supply before preparing for the day ahead. Despite living in the city, the married housewife and mother of four has become accustomed to what in most cities would be considered an essential service. “We are used to it now,” she said, referring to water […]

(19/10/2021 @ 09:44)

Guess Who's Behind Paralysis on COVID19 in the UN Committee on World Food Security

‘COVID 19 has multiplied hunger and malnutrition challenges. We need transformative action!' The first speaker at the UN Committee on World Food Security's (CFS) 49th Plenary Session, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, turned the spotlight on the disastrous impacts of the pandemic that have afflicted communities around the world for close to two years. […]

(19/10/2021 @ 03:15)

For the South, all Roads in Global Economic Governance Lead to Inequality & Vulnerability

Last week's annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and G20 finance ministers illustrated that despite a historic debt crisis sweeping across developing countries and their urgent need for external financing for health and economic recovery, global economic institutions governed by rich countries do not possess the political will to deliver meaningful […]

(19/10/2021 @ 02:28)

Inflation Bogey Blocking Recovery

The bogey of inflation has been revived. Dubious pre-pandemic economic progress, fiscal constraints and vaccine apartheid were bad enough. Now, ostensibly anti-inflationary measures also threaten recovery and sustainable development. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised downwards its latest global growth forecast. Its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) warns of a “dangerous divergence” between richer […]

(19/10/2021 @ 02:01)

Will Countries Reach an Agreement at COP26?

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) is following the developments of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26. Being one of the major climate-vulnerable countries, Bangladesh is a major party to this international conference. The CPD Power and Energy Study will publish a series of articles on key climate change-related issues […]

(18/10/2021 @ 13:38)

We Will Never Give Up the Slavery Reparations Fight, say Caribbean Rastafarians

The Rastafarian organizations in the Caribbean are determined that the issue of slavery reparations will emerge from the eclipse of COVID-19. As the world deals with the impacts of efforts to contain the virus' spread and regional governments tackle vaccine hesitancy and a wave of misinformation, issues not directly related to COVID-19 have had to […]

(18/10/2021 @ 09:45)

What Fate for Three Billion of Humans Who Are Born Equals?

While more than a third of all purchased food is wasted in rich, mostly Western States, and a similar percentage is lost in poor countries due to the lack of appropriate harvesting, storage and transportation facilities, over three billion people –or some 40 percent of world population– cannot afford a healthy diet. Add to these […]

(18/10/2021 @ 05:02)

Hamburgers and Climate Change

Probably no country is more closely associated with the hamburger than the United States. It's fair to say that the hamburger is the country's culinary icon. It's the most popular fast food consumed and readily available from coast to coast. Although some historical accounts chronicle the hamburger being prepared in Wisconsin in 1885, America's hamburger […]

(18/10/2021 @ 04:25)

A School & Cultural Institution Aims to Level the Playing Field for Women & Girls in Rural Uganda

As we honored women and girls last week, on the annual International Day of Rural Women on October 15, we want to highlight how a community is coming together to change the lives and livelihoods of rural women and girls in Uganda. While the Tat Sat Community Academy Project (TaSCA) in Kasasa, Uganda, seeks to […]

(18/10/2021 @ 01:24)

Table Banking Helping Women in Kenya to Put Food on the Table

Pascaline Chemutai's five acres of land located in the country's breadbasket region of Rift Valley recently produced 115 bags of maize, each weighing 90 kilograms. She tells IPS that of these, 110 bags will be transported to traders in Nairobi and neighbouring Kiambu County at a negotiated price of $23 per bag. In all, she […]

(15/10/2021 @ 09:36)

Inclusive Education to Break the Cycles of Poverty

In September 2021, children in the northern hemisphere returned to school after the summer break. For some, the end of the holidays signaled a return to normalcy and to the joys of learning after facing months of school closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For the majority of children in the Global South, however, the […]

(15/10/2021 @ 02:17)

QE, or No QE, That is the Question?

The guardians of the global economy convened in Washington this week to discuss their latest global growth forecasts. The World Bank-IMF Board of Governors meetings have been squarely focused on the global response to COVID-19, with economists warning of slowing momentum in wealthy nations and grossly uneven recoveries across the developing world. Still, since February […]

(15/10/2021 @ 01:46)

Argentina’s Small Farming Communities Reach Consumers Online

This article is part of IPS' coverage of World Food Day, celebrated Oct. 16, whose 2021 theme is: Grow, nourish, sustain. Together.

(14/10/2021 @ 16:06)

World Food Day 2021

Our lives depend on the world's agri-food system. Every time we eat, we participate in the system. A sustainable agri-food system is one in which sufficient, nutritious and safe foods are available to everyone. This means nobody goes hungry or suffers from any form of malnutrition. Today's agri-food systems are exposing profound inequalities and injustices […]

(14/10/2021 @ 14:55)

How Land Management Can Restore Hope to Women in Rural Kenya

Jenifer Kamba, 33, has always loved farming – a love passed on to her by her late husband after they married 14 years ago. The young farmer duo grew maise, pepper and vegetables on their two-acre farm in Kivandini of Kenya's Machakos county. Even after her husband died five years ago, Kamba didn't stop farming.  […]

(14/10/2021 @ 09:15)

Winning the Human Race, Together

“Now is the time for a stronger, more networked and inclusive multilateral system anchored in the United Nations,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres in his latest report “Our Common Agenda.” Indeed, there is a fork in the road: we can either choose to breakdown or to breakthrough. Making this moral choice and adopting this legal […]

(14/10/2021 @ 02:15)

Will the World Bank Walk Away with $100 Billion IDA20 Replenishment Without “Walking the Talk” on Disability?

Will the World Bank walk away with $100 Billion IDA20 replenishment without “Walking the Talk” on disability? The World Bank Group's (WBG) International Development Association (IDA), the Bank's low-income lending arm, aspires to raise $100 billion for its early 20th replenishment (IDA20). IDA20's focus includes “reducing barriers preventing …persons with disabilities…from achieving their full potential”. […]

(14/10/2021 @ 01:46)

Cuba's Power Crisis Drives Home Need to Accelerate Energy Transition

With aging infrastructure and problems with fuel supplies, Cuba is facing a crisis in its electric power generation system, which could accelerate plans to increase the share of renewable sources in the energy mix. In recent weeks, blackouts have been widespread in the 15 provinces of this Caribbean island nation. Breakdowns in several of the […]

(13/10/2021 @ 20:43)

Atoll Nation of Tuvalu Adopts ‘Cubes' to Step Up Nutritious Food Production

Tuvalu, a small atoll island nation in the Central Pacific Ocean, is one of few countries in the world to have so far evaded the pandemic. But, while it has achieved a milestone with no recorded cases of COVID-19, its population of about 11,931 continues to battle food uncertainties and poor nutrition. These challenges, present […]

(13/10/2021 @ 03:24)

Education Cannot Wait Interviews the LEGO Foundation's New CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen

ECW's largest private sector donor highlights the value of investing in early childhood programming and learning through play to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

(13/10/2021 @ 02:32)

World Food Day: Climate Change is Exacerbating Hunger & Conflict—it's Time to Break the Cycle

Hunger, violent conflict and the visible impacts of climate change are all on the rise. World Food Day, October 16, is a reminder that we need to talk about the intricate ways that these challenges are connected—and how to tackle them together. Despite steadily increasing global harvests, more than 150 million people were acutely food-insecure […]

(13/10/2021 @ 01:47)

Dernière mise à jour : 24/10/2021 @ 01:31


Recherche





Réforme Bac 2021
- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - épreuves terminales du baccalauréat

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: LLCER/ AMC - évaluations communes en classe de  1ere si la spécialité est abandonnée

- BO spécial n° 6 du 31 juillet 2020: Evaluations communes LVA / LVB, cycle terminal, lycée général et technologique

 - BO n° 30 du 23 juillet 2020: AMC: programmes de la classe de 1ère et Tle

- BO n° 21 du 21 mai 2020: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de Tle

- BO Spécial n° 2 du 13 février 2020: Epreuve du "Grand oral"

- BO spécial n° 8 du 25 juillet 2019  LLCER- : programme de la classe de Tle. 

-  BO n°22 du 29 mai 2019: LLCER: programme limitatif de la classe de 1ère (2019-2020/2020-2021)

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019.  LLCER : programme de la classe de 1ère

- BO spécial n°1 du 22 janvier 2019. LVA/LVB: programmes des classes de  2nde, 1ere, Tle



- Eduscol: Guide de l'IGÉSR  "Evaluer dans le cadre du contrôle continu" (février 2021)

- Eduscol: présentation du grand oral

- E3C: banque nationale de sujets

- Eduscol: Ressources d'accompagnement  LLCER
(nov. 2019)

- Eduscol: Ressources pour l' ETLV

- Eduscol : série de  Sujets Zéro pour les nouvelles épreuves du Bac 2021.

- Vers le BAC 2021": outils et ressources pour la mise en œuvre; textes de référence; présentation de la réforme du baccalauréat." - Eduscol.


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