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Caribbean Scientists Work to Limit Climate Impact on Marine Environment

Caribbean scientists say fishermen are already seeing the effects of climate change, so for a dozen or so years they've been designing systems and strategies to reduce the impacts on the industry. While some work on reef gardens and strategies to repopulate over fished areas, others crunch the data and develop tools designed to prepare […]

(28/04/2017 @ 16:50)

Climate-Smart Agriculture – From Tanzania to Vietnam

As part of efforts to move towards “climate-smart” agriculture, several countries have shared In a meeting in Rome new experiences on how to produce food in ways that help farmers cope with the impacts of climate change and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture. The exchange took place at a special 26 April side-event […]

(28/04/2017 @ 12:52)

The UN Needs to Bring Parliamentarians on Board

Andreas Bummel is the Director of ‘Democracy Without Borders' and Coordinator of the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly

(28/04/2017 @ 12:24)

Multilateralism, Key Element in Promoting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Alicia Bà¡rcena is Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

(28/04/2017 @ 11:55)

20 Million People Could ‘Starve to Death' in Next Six Months

Urgent action is needed to save the lives of people facing famine in North Eastern Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, the UN leading food and agriculture agency's chief on April 28 warned. “If nothing is done, some 20 million people could starve to death in the next six months.” “Famine does not just kill […]

(28/04/2017 @ 11:49)

Marching for a Green and Just Future

People around the world will be banding together to fight one of the world's most pressing problems: climate change. Thousands are set to gather at the People's Climate March in Washington, D.C. on 29 April to mark the 100th day of President Donald Trump's administration and push for solutions to the climate crisis. “The climate […]

(28/04/2017 @ 11:20)

Kenya Is Doing Its Part to Battle Drought, We Must Too

Siddharth Chatterjee is the UN Resident Coordinator to Kenya and Aida Mengistu, Acting Head, OCHA Regional Office for Southern and Eastern Africa.

(28/04/2017 @ 08:11)

Indigenous Women: The Frontline Protectors of the Environment

Indigenous women, while experiencing the first and worst effects of climate change globally, are often in the frontline in struggles to protect the environment. A forum organized by the Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) brought together indigenous women from around the world to discuss the effects of climate change in their communities and […]

(27/04/2017 @ 09:23)

Informal Labour, Another Wall Faced by Migrants in Latin America

This article forms part of IPS coverage of International Workers Day, celebrated May 1.

(27/04/2017 @ 03:14)

New Generation Rallies to Climate Cause in Trinidad

As two environmental activist groups in Trinidad and Tobago powered by young volunteers prepare to ramp up their climate change and sustainability activism, they are also contemplating their own sustainability and how they can become viable over the long-term. IAMovement and New Fire Festival both began their environmental activism in earnest less than three years […]

(26/04/2017 @ 16:28)

World Bank Must Stop Encouraging Harmful Tax Competition

Anis Chowdhury, a former professor of economics at the University of Western Sydney, held senior United Nations positions during 2008–2015 in New York and Bangkok.
Jomo Kwame Sundaram, a former economics professor, was United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development, and received the Wassily Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought in 2007.

(26/04/2017 @ 10:33)

IPS Journalists Who Perished in the Line of Duty

This article is part of special IPS coverage of World Press Freedom Day.

(26/04/2017 @ 07:44)

Double standards: Do all journalist lives matter?

Little attention is paid to reporters from the Global South who are killed, abused, or left stranded by foreign media.

(26/04/2017 @ 05:48)

Worrying about Fake News Has Become All the Rage

This article is part of special IPS coverage of World Press Freedom Day.

(26/04/2017 @ 01:10)

No Trace of the Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal

Less than three years from the projected completion in Nicaragua of a canal running from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, there is no trace of progress on the mega-project. IPS traveled to both ends of the routet: Bluefields, on the Caribbean coast in eastern Nicaragua, 383 km from Managua, and Brito, on the […]

(25/04/2017 @ 19:40)

How to Undermine Democracy – Curtail Civil Society Rights

Recent elections and referendums in a growing number of countries from Turkey to the USA and beyond are producing leaders and policies, which directly threaten some of the core principles of democracy.  In an increasing number of established and fledgling democracies, we see ruling parties violating the fundamental freedoms to speak-out, rally behind a cause […]

(25/04/2017 @ 10:07)

No One is Left Behind

Dr. Kakoli Ghosh, Coordinator, Academia and Research Organisations, Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

(25/04/2017 @ 09:22)

Long Way to Go for Indigenous Rights Protection

Despite progress, many gaps remain in international indigenous rights protection, said representatives during an annual UN meeting. More than 1000 indigenous representatives from around the world have gathered at the UN for the 16th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII). This year's meeting focuses on the UN Declaration on the Rights […]

(25/04/2017 @ 05:11)

Indigenous Peoples – Best Allies or Worst Enemies?

It all happened on the very same day—4 April. That day, indigenous peoples were simultaneously characterised as fundamental allies in the world's war on hunger and poverty, while being declared as collective victims of a “tsunami” of imprisonments in Australia. See what happened. Australia must reduce the “astounding” rates of imprisonment for indigenous peoples and […]

(25/04/2017 @ 03:23)

With an Eye on Electoral Violence, Kenya Keeps Tight Rein on Media

This article is part of special IPS coverage of World Press Freedom Day.

(24/04/2017 @ 20:12)

Dernière mise à jour : 29/04/2017 @ 08:41


Recherche





Spécial : réforme du collège

- BO spécial n°11 du 26 novembre 2015: Programmes d'enseignement du cycle des apprentissages fondamentaux (cycle 2), du cycle de consolidation (cycle 3) et du cycle des approfondissements (cycle 4) à compter de la rentrée 2016

Annexe 1: Programme cycle 2
Annexe 2: Programme cycle 3
Annexe 3: Programme cycle 4


- Eduscol: Ressources d'accompagnement pour les langues vivantes aux cycles 2,3 et 4

- Questions / réponses sur la nouvelle organisation du collège sur éduscol

- DNB: Modalités d'attribution à compter de 2017. BO n° 3 du 21 janvier 2016 et BO n°14 du 8 avril 2016

- BO n° 17 du 23 avril 2015 (encart) Socle commun de connaissances, de compétence et de culture à compter de la rentrée 2016

-  Présentation sur le portail éduscol du nouveau socle commun pour 2016.

- Sur Eduscol: Ressources pour l'évaluation du niveau de maîtrise du socle commun en langue vivante 

- Dossier "Stratégie Langues vivantes"' (janvier 2016)


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