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Sri Lanka's Small Tea Farmers Turn Sustainable Land Managers

As the mercury rises higher, Kamakandalagi Leelavathi delves deeper into the lush green mass of the tea bushes. The past few afternoons there have been thunderstorms. So the 55-year-old tea picker in Uda Houpe tea garden of Sri Lanka's Hatton region is rushing to complete her day's task before the rain comes: harvesting 22 kgs […]

(28/03/2017 @ 17:00)

Syrian Regime Survives on Russian Arms & UN Vetoes

As the devastating civil war in Syria entered its seventh year last week, President Bashar al-Assad has continued to survive— despite faltering efforts by the United States and the UN Security Council (UNSC) to rein him in, or impose sanctions on his beleaguered regime. Assad, who did his post-graduate studies in the UK and was […]

(28/03/2017 @ 12:25)

Costa Rican Town Fears That the Sea Will Steal Its Shiny New Face

Two years have gone by since the new government initiative which subsidises community works changed the face with which the coastal town of Cienaguita, on Costa Rica's Caribbean coast, looks out to the sea. In place of a battered path between the beach and the first houses, the investment allowed the construction of a paved […]

(27/03/2017 @ 21:03)

Caribbean Faces Forecast for Prolonged Drought

The Caribbean Drought & Precipitation Monitoring Network (CDPMN) is warning countries in the region that the same abnormal climate conditions they have experienced over the last few years, which resulted in some of the worst drought in two decades, could continue this year. Several Caribbean countries, particularly in the eastern Caribbean, experienced a drier than […]

(27/03/2017 @ 20:02)

UN to Investigate Violations Against Rohingya

A top UN human rights group has decided to investigate human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The UN Human Rights Council agreed to send an international fact-finding mission to investigate alleged killings, torture, and rape by security forces against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims. Since October, Myanmar's military has been conducting an ongoing offensive in […]

(27/03/2017 @ 16:03)

The Failure of the Happiness Index

My next-door neighbour in upstate New York was an old woman named June. Her husband Herbert was housed in a care centre for the elderly. They had grown-up kids living in different states of the US from where they made rare visits to their parents. June was more attached to my wife and kids. She […]

(27/03/2017 @ 14:09)

Food Security in the Middle East Sharply Deteriorated

Food security and nutrition levels in the Near East and North Africa have sharply deteriorated over the last five years, undermining the steady improvement achieved before 2010 when the prevalence of undernourishment, stunting, anaemia and poverty were decreasing, a new UN report warns. According to the FAO Regional Overview of Food Insecurity in the Near […]

(27/03/2017 @ 11:41)


For over 400 years, more than 15 million men, women and children were the victims of the transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history. Slavery is, nevertheless, far from being just a chapter of the past—it still there, with estimated 21 million victims of forced labour and extreme exploitation around the […]

(27/03/2017 @ 07:33)

UAE unveils first National Strategy for Children with Disabilities

The UAE Cabinet approved a national strategy to promote the rights of children with disabilities and maximise their well-being, and a strategy for motherhood and childhood, as part of the Strategic Plan for the Rights of Children with Disabilities 2017-2021, and the National Strategy for Motherhood and Childhood 2017-2021. Both Strategies were prepared under the […]

(26/03/2017 @ 12:37)

Trinidad Pushes for Shift to Cleaner Fuel

The Trinidad and Tobago government has invested about 74 million dollars in the first phase of a 295-million-dollar project to encourage more drivers to use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), described by experts here as a preliminary step in the country's transition to using more sustainable forms of energy. Use of CNG would represent a major […]

(26/03/2017 @ 12:20)

Ending Gender-Based Violence Key to Health and Well-Being

Natalia Linou is Policy Specialist Gender, Health and HIV at the UN Development Program.

(24/03/2017 @ 15:54)

The World Faces a Historic Opportunity to Ban Nuclear Weapons

Béatrice Fihn is Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Martin Butcher is Policy Advisor on Arms and Conflict at Oxfam International and Rasha Abdul Rahim is Advocate/Adviser on Arms Control and Human Rights at Amnesty International.

(24/03/2017 @ 13:26)

A Carbon Law to Protect the Climate

The Carbon Law says human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions must be reduced by half each decade starting in 2020. By following this “law” humanity can achieve net-zero CO2 emissions by mid-century to protect the global climate for current and future generations. A “carbon law” is a new concept unveiled March 23 in the journal Science. […]

(24/03/2017 @ 10:48)

Under Fire, Journalism Explores Self-Preservation

With widespread attacks on professional journalists and the rise of a fake-news industry, media experts agree that journalism is increasingly under fire. But how can the press fight back and ensure its survival? Judging by the stubbornly defiant tone at a one-day colloquium held at UNESCO's Paris headquarters on March 23, there may still be […]

(24/03/2017 @ 09:50)

Great ideals are ghost lights at night

An increase in elevation lowers air pressure, which makes breathing difficult for a climber. The underwater world becomes increasingly blue and eventually black as a diver goes deeper. Great ideals in their height or depth similarly vary, conception changing when it approaches perfection, and perfection changing when it approaches conception. In the end, neither is […]

(24/03/2017 @ 05:20)

UAE assistance to Yemen reaches AED7.3 billion (US$2 billion)

The total UAE foreign assistance provided to Yemen, between April 2015 and March 2017, within the framework of the UAE's efficient humanitarian and development role and its rebuilding projects to support the Yemeni people, amounted to AED7.3 billion (US$2 billion). The assistance aims to reduce the suffering of the Yemenis and is in compliance with […]

(24/03/2017 @ 04:58)

Spirit of Service

A doctor who worked in his clinic was in a hurry to catch a flight to reach his family but all of a sudden a patient with severe stomach ache entered his clinic. The doctor became perplexed whether to attend to the patient or catch the flight. In the end he decided to cancel his […]

(24/03/2017 @ 04:03)

New Tuberculosis Drugs May Become Ineffective: Study

New antibiotics that could treat tuberculosis may rapidly become ineffective, according to new research published by the Lancet ahead of World Tuberculosis Day. The rise in multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, which affected 480,000 people in 2015, could mean that even newly discovered drugs will soon be useless, the study found. In total both drug resistant and non-drug […]

(23/03/2017 @ 23:47)

Free Education Helps Combat Child Labour in Fiji

In the South Pacific nation of Fiji, free and compulsory education, introduced three years ago, in association with better awareness and child protection measures, is helping to reduce children's vulnerability to harmful and hazardous forms of work. But eliminating child labour, which is also prevalent in other Pacific Island states, such as Papua New Guinea […]

(23/03/2017 @ 20:02)

New Recipe for School Meals Programmes in Latin America

Sunita Daniel remembers what the school lunch programmes were like in her Caribbean island nation, Saint Lucà­a, until a couple of years ago: meals made of processed foods and imported products, and little integration with the surrounding communities. This changed after Daniel, then head of planning in the Agriculture Ministry, visited Brazil in 2014 and […]

(23/03/2017 @ 18:51)

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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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