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As Sudan Struggles, AU Should Press for Justice and Accountability

Carine Kaneza Nantulya is the Africa advocacy director at Human Rights Watch

The post As Sudan Struggles, AU Should Press for Justice and Accountability appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/06/2019 @ 05:49)

Desertification ‘More Dangerous and More Insidious than Wars'

Businesses are being encouraged to follow the lead of the youth to halt desertification, reduce degradation, improve agricultural sustainability and restore damaged lands. “The youth is a very particular case. The youth give me a lot of hope because I see their passion, and I see their vision,” head of the United Nations Convention to […]

The post Desertification ‘More Dangerous and More Insidious than Wars' appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/06/2019 @ 04:31)

The Importance of the Upcoming FAO Election

With each passing day, the world gets just a little smaller as the internet and cell phones bring our communities together, reveal our shared challenges, and lay bare our failures. As global citizens, we are all concerned about the growing number of hungry people around the world and the threats to food security. The simple […]

The post The Importance of the Upcoming FAO Election appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/06/2019 @ 04:06)

UN's Development Goals Remain Largely Elusive

The United Nations, in a new report to be released next month, has warned “there is no escaping the fact that the global landscape for the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has generally deteriorated since 2015, hindering the efforts of governments and other partners” And the commitment to multilateral cooperation, so central […]

The post UN's Development Goals Remain Largely Elusive appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(18/06/2019 @ 03:51)

Celebrating 25 years and growing the future together

Media Advisory in English; Avis aux médias en Francais; Comunicado de prensa en Espagnol

The post Celebrating 25 years and growing the future together appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 10:46)

Let's Train Humans First … Before We Train Machines

We humans are at the absurd stage in our technological evolution when we seem to have abandoned our common sense. Billions are spent by governments, corporations and investors in training computer-based algorithms (i.e. computer programs) in today's mindless rush to create so-called “artificial” intelligence, widely advertised as AI. Meanwhile, training our children and their brains […]

The post Let's Train Humans First … Before We Train Machines appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 09:58)

The Art of the Deal: What Trump May Teach Us

Like any dealer he was watching for the card
that is so high and wild
he'll never need to deal another.

                           Leonard Cohen Stranger Song

The post The Art of the Deal: What Trump May Teach Us appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 09:29)

‘What it Takes to Feed 7.5 Billion People’

Events marking the 25th anniversary of the Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) and the World Day to Combat Desertification opened here Monday, Jun. 17 with a call for urgent action to protect and restore degrading land. Two United Nations officials, the secretary-general as well as the UNCCD head, said it's crucial that countries take action in […]

The post ‘What it Takes to Feed 7.5 Billion People’ appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 09:08)

There's No Continent, No Country Not Impacted by Land Degradation

The coming decades will be crucial in shaping and implementing a transformative land agenda, according to a scientist at the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) framework for Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN). UNCCD-Science Policy Interface co-chair Dr. Mariam Akhtar-Schuster, who spoke with IPS ahead of the start of activities to mark World Day to […]

The post There's No Continent, No Country Not Impacted by Land Degradation appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 08:12)

Air Pollution Ranked as Biggest Environmental Threat to Human Health

In a world that is becoming more and more industrial by the day, air pollution appears to be on the rise. While there have been efforts in major cities to combat the grave effects that pollution can have on the overall health of its citizens, there is still more progress to be made. Karen Beck […]

The post Air Pollution Ranked as Biggest Environmental Threat to Human Health appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 07:33)

South Africa's First Carbon Farm

Land restoration could attract large private investments in the fight against climate change over the coming decades, if Governments and the United Nations put the right incentives and conditions in place. When the goats on his farm had nothing more to eat, because the soil was eroded and most of the vegetation destroyed, South African […]

The post South Africa's First Carbon Farm appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 07:14)

The Implacable Desertification of Planet Earth

Yet another under-reported human-made disaster: the relentless desertification of Planet Earth that may make uninhabitable some regions like the Middle East, endanger food security, aggravate climate crisis, and force more and more millions of people to flee. But before listing the main causes and consequences of this mounting threat, you should know that, according to the UN, […]

The post The Implacable Desertification of Planet Earth appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 07:11)

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought – “Let's Grow the Future Together”

One third of the planet’s land surface is under the threat of desertification, impacting over 250 million people. Although Africa remains the most affected continent, we are witnessing an alarming shift globally:  30% of the United States for example is affected by desertification, one quarter of the land in Latin America and the Caribbean is […]

The post World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought – “Let's Grow the Future Together” appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(17/06/2019 @ 05:21)

At the intersection of conflict, climate change and energy access

With the advent of the 21st century, there has been a steady rise in energy access all around the globe. For the first time ever, the total number of people without access to electricity fell below 1 billion in 2017 according to the International Energy Agency. Despite the increase in the pace of electrification, 13 […]

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(14/06/2019 @ 11:34)

U. S. Backing for Heated Tobacco Products Triggers Misrepresentation

Wendell Balderas is Media & Communications Manager of the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA)

The post U. S. Backing for Heated Tobacco Products Triggers Misrepresentation appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(14/06/2019 @ 07:03)

Asia-Pacific Region Falters on UN Development Goals

UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a Chatham House meeting in London last week that the UN's Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), one of the legacies of the late Secretary-General Kofi Annan, “spawned tremendous progress” in the battle against poverty worldwide. She pointed out that the number of people living on less than $1.25 a day […]

The post Asia-Pacific Region Falters on UN Development Goals appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(14/06/2019 @ 06:05)

Dignity & Strength for Venezuelan Refugees & Migrants in Colombia

Not long ago, 15-year-old Nelsmar attended a middle-class school in central Venezuela. That was before her family was uprooted by the economic and humanitarian crisis in her country, which has pushed nearly 3.9 million persons to migrate or flee, according to recent estimates of the Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela. Nelsmar's family […]

The post Dignity & Strength for Venezuelan Refugees & Migrants in Colombia appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(13/06/2019 @ 07:59)

The Storm is Over, But in Southern Africa, Cyclone Idai Continues to Rage for Women and Girls

In late March Cyclone Idai carved a path of devastation across Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Malawi.  It was the deadliest cyclone to hit the region in more than a century, others have even referred to it as “Africa's Hurricane Katrina.” More than 1,000 people were killed. Many more saw their homes, food crops, and even entire […]

The post The Storm is Over, But in Southern Africa, Cyclone Idai Continues to Rage for Women and Girls appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(13/06/2019 @ 06:07)

Cities of Light are Providing Safe Havens to Refugees

While cities around the world have been providing safe havens to refugees, a few US cities in the Upstate New York region have been integrating refugees and asylum-seekers into their communities. Specifically, the towns of Utica, Buffalo and Syracuse, are welcoming refugees to live and work. These towns share a border with Canada and so […]

The post Cities of Light are Providing Safe Havens to Refugees appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(13/06/2019 @ 05:10)

Burmese Muslims: Still looking for a permanent home!

They are thought to be the world’s most persecuted refugees. It is also argued that they are one of the most forgotten too. Some five year ago I saw and met hundreds of inmates from Burma in a Jeddah prison. Thousands of Burmese Muslims from Arakan – often called Rohingyas – were offered a safe […]

The post Burmese Muslims: Still looking for a permanent home! appeared first on Inter Press Service.

(12/06/2019 @ 15:06)

Dernière mise à jour : 17/06/2019 @ 18:45


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- 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
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