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A BASIC TRUTH: Facing an Existential Threat, Humanity Must Work Together

Siddharth Chatterjee, is UN Resident Coordinator (RC) in Kenya, and RC designate to China

The post A BASIC TRUTH: Facing an Existential Threat, Humanity Must Work Together appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/01/2021 @ 15:29)

Jamaica Failing to Cope with Plastic Waste

For decades, every time it rains heavily in Jamaica, a daunting deluge of plastic bottles and bags, styrofoam and other garbage trundles its way down a network of countless gullies and streams. If they don't get snagged somewhere, they end up in the Kingston Harbour or close to the beaches ringing the tourist-heavy North coast. […]

The post Jamaica Failing to Cope with Plastic Waste appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/01/2021 @ 15:01)

COVID-19 Vaccines: How and When Will Lower-Income Countries Get Access?

COVID-19 vaccination programmes are gathering pace in high-income countries, but for much of the world, the future looks bleaker. Although a number of middle-income countries have started rolling out vaccines, widespread vaccination could still be years away. The first two COVID-19 vaccines authorised in Europe and the United States – made by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna […]

The post COVID-19 Vaccines: How and When Will Lower-Income Countries Get Access? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/01/2021 @ 06:46)

Afghanistan Threatened With Rising Violence Once Again

Dr Magdalena Kirchner heads the office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Afghanistan.

The post Afghanistan Threatened With Rising Violence Once Again appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(20/01/2021 @ 05:15)

“In Zimbabwe there is Freedom of Speech, but no Freedom After the Speech”

A long-running gag says “in Zimbabwe there is freedom of speech, but no freedom after the speech”. But for journalists and activists who have been forced to endure nights in the country's overcrowded and filthy holding cells, this is no laughing matter as prison inmates have no personal protective equipment to guard against COVID-19. And […]

The post “In Zimbabwe there is Freedom of Speech, but no Freedom After the Speech” appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/01/2021 @ 07:30)

Welcome Recognition of Bangladeshi as First-Ever ‘Pollution' Refugee

French court's landmark decision is a new milestone in fighting environmental disasters

The post Welcome Recognition of Bangladeshi as First-Ever ‘Pollution' Refugee appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/01/2021 @ 07:18)

Imprisoned Saudi Activist and Other Rights Defenders Seek Justice in 2021

Two events generated significant interest and global solidarity in the final days of December 2020. A court in Saudi Arabia handed down a five years and eight months sentence to activist Loujain Al-Hathloul for publicly supporting women's right to drive. Nicholas Opiyo, Ugandan human rights lawyer and defender of persecuted members of the LGBTQI community […]

The post Imprisoned Saudi Activist and Other Rights Defenders Seek Justice in 2021 appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/01/2021 @ 06:04)

Capitol Hill ‘Insurrection'

Dr Asoka Bandarage, a scholar and practitioner, has taught at Yale, Brandeis, Mount Holyoke (where she received tenure), Georgetown, American and other universities and colleges in the U.S. and abroad. Her research interests include social philosophy and consciousness; environmental sustainability, human well-being and health, global political-economy, ethnicity, gender, population, social movements and South Asia.

The post Capitol Hill ‘Insurrection' appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/01/2021 @ 05:29)

Nothing to Learn from East Asia?

Covid-19 infection and death rates in the Western world and many developing countries in Asia and Latin America have long overtaken East Asia since the second quarter of 2020. Perhaps unsurprisingly, considering prevailing Western accounts of the Asian financial crises, there have been no serious efforts to draw policy lessons from East Asian contagion containment. […]

The post Nothing to Learn from East Asia? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(19/01/2021 @ 05:06)

Punch Like A Muslim Woman: An Egyptian-Danish Boxer Breaking Many Stereotypes

As a Muslim woman born and brought up in Denmark, Nadia Helmy Ahmed broke many stereotypes when she started boxing at the age of 15. “Back then it was not common for girls to take up elite boxing, let alone common for Muslim girls, I used to be the only girl in my gym, along […]

The post Punch Like A Muslim Woman: An Egyptian-Danish Boxer Breaking Many Stereotypes appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2021 @ 08:55)

UPDATE** Conspicuous Silence as Ugandan President Wins Sixth Term against Bobi Wine

Thirty-five years ago when President Yoweri Museveni talked, a majority of citizens listened. But now, as he approaches almost four decades in power, his message is not resonating well — particularly with the country's youth who constitute about 70 percent of the voting population in Uganda. On Saturday the Electoral Commission of Uganda declared the […]

The post UPDATE** Conspicuous Silence as Ugandan President Wins Sixth Term against Bobi Wine appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2021 @ 07:19)

‘Please save us'

Stuck in Bosnia amid rough winter, Bangladeshi migrant pleads for help

The post ‘Please save us' appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2021 @ 06:18)

Targeting Journalists Takes a Toll on ‘societies as a Whole' – UN Chief

When journalists are targeted, “societies as a whole pay a price”, the UN chief said on November 2, 2020, the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. “If we do not protect journalists, our ability to remain informed and make evidence-based decisions is severely hampered”, Secretary-General António Guterres spelled out in his message […]

The post Targeting Journalists Takes a Toll on ‘societies as a Whole' – UN Chief appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2021 @ 05:57)

We Need a Global Coordinated Effort to Secure Equal Access to Safe & Effective Vaccines

Ilze Brands Kehris is Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights heading the UN Human Rights Office in New York

 
Addressing an online event organized by the Danish Institute for Human Rights in conjunction with the Human Rights Council's third inter-sessional meeting on Human Rights and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

The post We Need a Global Coordinated Effort to Secure Equal Access to Safe & Effective Vaccines appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/01/2021 @ 04:51)

Advisors Propose New System To Regulate China's Overseas Investments

A government-backed coalition of international advisors to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has recommended that China apply more stringent environmental controls over its overseas investments. If adopted, this would be a major departure from China's usual approach of deferring to host country rules, many of them inadequate, for regulating its overseas investments. High-level advisors, […]

The post Advisors Propose New System To Regulate China's Overseas Investments appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/01/2021 @ 15:14)

Twitter, Donald Trump, and Incitement to Violence

Andrés Caà±izà¡lez is a Venezuelan journalist and Ph.D. in Political Science

The post Twitter, Donald Trump, and Incitement to Violence appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/01/2021 @ 11:08)

Dengue—an Epidemic Within a Pandemic in Peru

While the world is grappling with the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Peru is still dealing with an epidemic that it has not been able to control—the mosquito-borne viral disease known as dengue. With almost 56,400 confirmed cases as of December, Peru is suffering the worst dengue epidemic since 2017, when the virus infected […]

The post Dengue—an Epidemic Within a Pandemic in Peru appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/01/2021 @ 09:41)

Tuberculosis Kills As Many People Each Year As COVID-19. It’s Time We Found a Better Vaccine

In July 1921, a French infant became the first person to receive an experimental vaccine against tuberculosis (TB), after the mother had died from the disease. The vaccine, known as Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG), is the same one still used today. This first dose of BCG was the culmination of 13 years of research and development. […]

The post Tuberculosis Kills As Many People Each Year As COVID-19. It’s Time We Found a Better Vaccine appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/01/2021 @ 07:06)

Legally Speaking, Is Digital Money Really Money?

Catalina Margulis is a Consulting Counsel in the IMF Legal Department's Financial and Fiscal Law unit, seconded from the Central Bank of Chile.
 
Arthur Rossi is a Research Officer in the IMF Legal Department's Financial and Fiscal Law unit.

The post Legally Speaking, Is Digital Money Really Money? appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(15/01/2021 @ 05:22)

Q&A: China Accused of Intimidating, Detaining Citizens Critical of COVID-19 Linked Abuses

China must end its campaign against individuals seeking redress for COVID-19 linked abuses and the human rights lawyers and activists who help them, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said as reports ranging from allegedly trapping them inside their homes, to chaining alleged lock-down violators to metal posts emerge. This comes as the World Health Organisation […]

The post Q&A: China Accused of Intimidating, Detaining Citizens Critical of COVID-19 Linked Abuses appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(14/01/2021 @ 04:50)

Dernière mise à jour : 18/01/2021 @ 11:07


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




- 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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