White Paper: “The goal is to give a voice to the unemployed”

White Paper: “The goal is to give a voice to the unemployed”

Interview with Annie Thomas, CFDT trade unionist in Toulouse and former national president of Unédic, and Francois Berruer, Employment Project Manager at Secours Catholique. You, Annie Thomas, in Toulouse, and you, François Berruer, in Paris participated in the production of the white paper The words of the unemployed, published on Tuesday 25 November. Why this … Read more

how to dress to make a good impression?

how to dress to make a good impression?

How to dress for a romantic date: the right basis for making no mistake A simple element to understand and yet difficult to implement when approaching Date : choose your look well. First, to make a good impression, it goes without saying. The idea is to show up with an outfit suitable for bad weather, … Read more

Five years of reforms and some setbacks … The results of Jean-Michel Blanquer at the Ministry of National Education

Five years of reforms and some setbacks … The results of Jean-Michel Blanquer at the Ministry of National Education

It’s something of a paradox: Jean-Michel Blanquer broke the longevity record in the post of Minister of National Education, alienating a good part of the teachers, on a level rarely matched by his predecessors. The school environment will remember his passing and his many reforms. Too many also regret the unions. One of the priorities … Read more

Qatar. FIFA to allocate € 420 million World Cup cash prize for major reparation program for abused migrant workers

Qatar.  FIFA to allocate € 420 million World Cup cash prize for major reparation program for abused migrant workers

FIFA is expected to allocate a minimum of 420 million euros to compensate the hundreds of thousands of migrant workers who have suffered human rights violations in Qatar during preparations for the 2022 World Cup, writes Amnesty International in a new report released on the 19th. May 2022, six months before the opening ceremony of … Read more

Support for Idrissa Gueye, accused of homophobia in France, does not weaken in Senegal

Support for Idrissa Gueye, accused of homophobia in France, does not weaken in Senegal

Signs of support for Paris Saint-Germain player Idrissa Gana Gueye continue to flow into Senegal where her alleged refusal to join the fight against homophobia is almost unanimous in the name of cultural and religious values. Homosexuals complain of an increase in discrimination in a country also known for its hospitality. As Idrissa Gueye faces … Read more

Great author of underwear, Annie Ernaux manages to give the density of a love parenthesis in “A young man”

Great author of underwear, Annie Ernaux manages to give the density of a love parenthesis in “A young man”

Sophie Creuz presents us the new book by the French author of Annie Ernaux, “The young man”, published by Gallimard editions. A very short story that this young man, started more than twenty years ago, picked up then finished this year. And we learn by leafing through another unpublished, which also appears in these days, … Read more