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Deconfinement: Children talking to adults

Some kids have everything, some kids have almost nothing. In France, as in other countries, not everyone experiences confinement in the same way, of course, so great is the diversity of the regions. Many, well housed, will see family ties grow stronger. Others, large families in small spaces, are waiting with their children to be reunited.

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Covid-19, a disease of the anthropocene and biodiversity

The coronavirus pandemic still raises many questions about its origin as well as its health impacts. Its complexity stems from its entanglement in a human ecosystem in the throes of upheaval: climate disruption, pollution, chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity, which aggravate the effects of Covid-19. What's more, the pandemic

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Coming out of confinement: will we give up democratic mobilisation?

On Tuesday, the Prime Minister will present the framework for the government's plan to break out of containment. It would be neither understandable nor acceptable that the field expertise gained from the Covid-19 test should not be considered an indispensable resource in the argumentation of post-containment policy decisions. No tangible signs, beyond

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Containment and l'echo of the vacuum

Containment and vacuum echo

Are we really living in such an unprecedented era of containment imposed by antiviral prophylaxis? The management of the crisis is naturally following the lines of force of the world before the crisis, it even amplifies certain directions and will impose, if we really want something different, to analyze its

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The Covid-19 Challenge: a call for international tech partnerships in the face of the crisis

The "Covid-19 Challenge" is an international scheme aimed at supporting and financing technological partnerships between innovative companies for the development and rapid deployment of innovations in the face of the multiple challenges linked to the Covid-19 crisis. You have until 15 May 2020 to apply. The programme This call

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Coronavirus: France unequally affected

Public Health France makes available indicators for monitoring the COVID-19 epidemic by department, in order to follow the day-to-day evolution of hospitalisations in our regions and monitor the intensity of the epidemic. UP' offers you the graphs of Public Health France, revealing a national epidemic with variable geography. From

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COVID-19: The Children's Issue

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the statistics have been consistent: the vast majority of children and young people under the age of 18 are either spared the disease or develop asymptomatic or mild forms. As the pandemic increases around the world,

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Coronavirus: Emergency Health Bill Passed in Parliament

The Assembly votes on the article on the state of health emergency. Adopted by a show of hands after several hours of discussion, the article provides that a state of public health emergency, which makes it possible to restrict public freedoms (confinement, requisitioning, etc.), must be introduced as soon as the law comes into force, and for two months. This article provides, in particular, for

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"War Allies" in condom mode

Confinement means giving up our freedom to move, to meet and to trade. It means preserving ourselves, a necessary measure to slow the exponential progression of coronavirus contamination. With his epidemiological crisis leaflet, Bernard Umbrecht offers us a moment of joyful curiosity about the definition of the word "coronavirus".

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