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Attestation Déplacement Dérogatoire - COVID-19

Attestation de déplacement coronavirus : téléchargez ici le document et le formulaire employeur

ATTESTATION DEPLACEMENT DEROGATOIRE – Depuis ce mardi 17 mars à midi, les mesures de confinement, annoncées lundi soir pour limiter les déplacements des Français, sont entrées en vigueur. Pour circuler, il faut désormais pouvoir se justifier via un document à présenter en cas de contrôles. Voici le guide pour tout savoir sur cette attestation.

Depuis midi ce mardi, la France est entrée en confinement pour une durée de 15 jours. Afin de lutter contre le coronavirus Covid-19, les sorties sont limitées. Vous cherchez la fameuse attestation de déplacement dérogatoire permettant d’assurer vos déplacements essentiels pendant cette période de confinement ?

Coronavirus - Covid-19 - Culture Gratuit

Contre cette “Guerre” contre le Covid-19, utilisons la Culture, c’est GRATUIT !

Par solidarité, certains opérateurs ou organisateurs de spectacles ont décidé de rendre accessible gratuitement leurs contenus durant la période de confinement, liée à l’épidémie de coronavirus Covid-19. Voici les avantages dont vous allez pouvoir profiter.

Lundi 16 mars, le président de la République Emmanuel Macron a annoncé de nouvelles mesures – très drastiques – afin de freiner au maximum l’épidémie de coronavirus Covid-19 qui frappe actuellement l’Europe. Le chef de l’Etat a notamment renforcer les mesures de confinement sur l’ensemble du territoire, enjoignant les Français à rester chez eux. Des consignes inédites qui ont suscité la solidarité des chaînes de télévision ou d’organisateurs d’événements.

Peacebuilding in the “new” Gambia: Implementing a participatory, inclusive and local-ownership approach to conflict and development analysis

Gambian President Adama Barrow announced a four-year development plan to lay the foundations for sustainable economic growth. The main objective of the 2018-2021 National Development Plan (NDP) is to “deliver good governance and accountability, social cohesion, national reconciliation and a revitalized and transformed economy for the wellbeing of all Gambians.” On May 22, 2018, the government of The Gambia held a donor round table meeting in Brussels to present this plan. Ahead of this round table Interpeace, through its International Peacebuilding Advisory Team (IPAT), supported the…

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Youth, Peace and Security: Moving into Action

The 2018 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development addressed the politics of peace by assessing how different policies, processes and tools can be used to overcome political obstacles to building and sustaining peace. Interpeace and the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation hosted a two-part session on May 8 and 9, entitled: “Youth, Peace and Security: Moving into Action.”

Young people make up a quarter of the world’s population and many are already engaged in efforts to promote more peaceful and inclusive societies and prevent conflict. Despite the fact that they bring new and important…

Youth at the centre of peacebuilding: Director of Interpeace USA presents Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security to the UNSC

On Monday 23 April, an Open Debate on Youth, Peace and Security was held at the United Nations Security Council, on the eve of the High-level Meeting on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace organized by the President of the General Assembly. On this occasion, Graeme Simpson, Director of Interpeace USA, presented the main findings and recommendations of the Progress Study conducted to support the implementation of Resolution 2250 (2015) on Youth, Peace and Security. Mr. Simpson was joined by Jayathma Wickramanayake, the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth; Sophia Pierre-Antoine, member…

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Palestinian Youth Challenges and Aspirations

This report was commissioned by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Peace- building Support Offi 뤘 ce (PBSO) with funds from the Swedish International Development Coopera- tion Agency (Sida). The report was developed as a contribution to the Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security mandated by Security Council Resolution 2250. The research and consulta- tions for this report followed the key research questions and methodology developed for the Progress Study.

The content of this report does not necessarily represent the views of the United Nations.

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Youth perspectives from the global North

This report presents the findings from two focus group discussions that were undertaken as a contribution to the Global Progress Study on Youth Peace and Security in Stockholm, Sweden on the 9th – 11th of August 2017. This study was conducted as a collaboration between Interpeace Sweden, The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and the Pluralism and Dialogue Institute at Fryshuset.

The content of this report does not necessarily represent the views of the United Nations.

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