The Hartung-Bergman Foundation, where painters Hans Hartung and Anna-Eva Bergman lived and worked, opens to the public

The Hartung Bergman Foundation where painters Hans Hartung and Anna Eva Bergman

We are on the heights of Antibes. It is in the heart of an 18th century olive grove century that Hans Hartung and Anna Eva Bergman built their house-studio, where they lived and worked from 1973 until their death in the late 80s. “We are in the middle of nature which is magnificent, the trees … Read more

🌼 What does the “Labbé” law say about the ban on pesticides in private and public green spaces?

What does the Labbe law say about the ban on

After the ban on pesticides for local authorities and individuals, the last stage of the “Labbé” law concerns green space professionals. The use of pesticides is now prohibited in all green spaces, regardless of the actor who manages it. Law No. 2014-110, known as “LABBÉ” law of February 6, 2014, oversees the use of phytosanitary … Read more

Introduction of Yoga Club at Bel Air SSS – Arpana Cahoolessur: “I wish every public school had its club”

A Yoga Club has been born within the Bel Air SSS since June 9th. The initiative goes to Arpana Cahoolessur, the Head of Department of Sociology, who is a great yoga enthusiast. Its goal: to introduce Yoga Clubs in all schools on the island. “Young people are too absorbed by the digital world and this … Read more

Public sector negotiations – Precariousness, recognition and enhancement, there is work to do to retain staff in the Outaouais, says the CSQ

Public sector negotiations Precariousness recognition and enhancement there is

GATINEAUQC, June 9, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – “More than ever, in education, college and health, we must bring the essential role of personnel back to the fore. These years of health crisis have enabled Quebecers to take stock of the importance of the various public networks in their daily lives. Now is the time to … Read more

Public images on the sidelines of the 22nd Khouribga International African Film Festival – Maroc-Actu

The 22nd edition of the Khouribga International African Film Festival this year was distinguished by the presentation of a number of distinguished cinematographic strips, including feature films and documentaries, alongside the organization of workshops in the field movies and special seminars to discuss these bands. It is universal, and the social, political and humanitarian issues … Read more

Ngociations du secteur public – Prcarit, reconnaissance et valorisation, il y a du pain sur la planche pour retenir le personnel en Outaouais, dit la CSQ

Negociations du secteur public Precarite reconnaissance et valorisation il

Class dans : Les affairesSujet : Nouvelles – Monde du travail GATINEAU, QC, le 9 juin 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Plus que jamais, en ducation, au collgial comme en sant, il faut ramener l’avant-plan le rle essentiel du personnel. Ces annes de crise sanitaire auront permis aux Qubcoises et aux Qubcois de prendre la mesure … Read more

Graines de rue festival in Haute-Vienne: art is public

Graines de rue festival in Haute Vienne art is public

24th edition of a festival which from year to year has been able to settle in the Limousin cultural landscape. The Pentecost weekend is a traditional event in Haute-Vienne for all lovers of street arts. In the north of the department, Bessines-sur-Gartempe has been transformed into a giant stage and has been for nearly a … Read more

‘Women accused of witchcraft are crucified in public’ – BBC News Africa

Women accused of witchcraft are crucified in public BBC

Harriet Orrell BBC 100 Women December 11, 2021 Photo credit, Shali Reddy image caption, Monica Paulus has dedicated her life to campaigning against violence linked to accusations of witchcraft. “They shouted in my face: ‘You killed him’”. When Monica Paulus’ father collapsed and died of a heart attack, her brother accused her of killing him … Read more

Naked in Public, Falling, First Love, Falling Teeth: 9 Common Dream Interpretations

You’ve probably heard that sleep is essential. Indeed, a good night’s sleep can reduce your risk of: – heart disease– depression– diabetes A lesser known benefit of sleep is that it opens a window into the world of the unconscious. It lets you access what some experts call your “inner therapist.” In other words: your … Read more

The subtle art of divination applied to public order

” You can always erase the past: it’s a matter of regret, of disavowal, of forgetting. But we do not avoid the future »Oscar Wilde The objective, especially during the holidays, is to write a little more “light”, while continuing, with rigor, to be of service. It is therefore without seeking the slightest originality that … Read more