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18/08/2016

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Bonheur de construire, Avec ce blog entre les mains, c'est déjà être serein!, Tout a sa beauté, mais pas tout le monde le voit Un projet novateur et attractif - à la fois un lieu de vie, de connaissance, de transmission de la culture – nouveau moteur du rayonnement et du dynamisme du territoire.

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  • Les évolutions technologiques et l'importance de la communication ont accrédité la prévision d'Abdy Warhol : "A l'avenir, chacun aura droit à 15 minutes de célébrité mondiale". Tandis que nous semblons reliés d'un bout à l'autre de la planète par nos utils de communication, nous appartenons à des sociétés où l'individu prime sur le groupe. Toutes ces évolutions inspirent le travail des artistes des années 2000.
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  •  SVRaducanu a lancé PoissySmartCity,  le hub pisciacais dédié à la créativité digitale.

    La Ville Contributive, un nouveau paradigme pour un monde hybride.

    Des connaissances partagées sur le Web ouvert

    Ne cherchez pas plus loin.
    Tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour le développement de contenu est là.

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 1agld1r.gifConférence sur la transformation de l’information et la gestion des connaissances pour le développement durable

Quand, heure locale: 
Mercredi, 24 Août 2016 - 8:30am au Vendredi, 26 Août 2016 - 5:00pm
Où: 
Kenya, Nairobi
Type d’événement: 
Catégorie 7-Séminaire et atelier
Contact: 
Jaco Du toit, Advisor Communication and Information, UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa (Tel: +254 (0)20 762 2346/2566, Email: j.dutoit@unesco.org)

L'UNESCO soutient l'Université technique du Kenya (TUK) dans l'organisation d’une conférence régionale de trois jours sur le thème « Transformation de l’information et gestion des connaissances pour le développement durable » à Nairobi, au Kenya. La Conférence servira de plate-forme aux participants ; leur permettant de contribuer et de bénéficier des données relatives à la meilleure façon d'intégrer l'éthique de l'information dans la théorie et la pratique de la gestion de l'information et des connaissances dans une société de plus en plus consciente de ses droits et fondée sur les réseaux.
Lors de cet événement, les participants auront l’occasion d’assister à plusieurs tables rondes sur l'éthique de l'information en Afrique. Parmi les thèmes abordés, il faudra compter sur : l’éthique de l’information et les théories morales ; les dilemmes de l’éthique de l’information ; l’éthique de l'information en Afrique : son statut, ses défis, ses remèdes ; les politiques de la liberté d'accès à l'information : meilleures pratiques et modèles ; la liberté d'expression ; les rôles et les droits dans une sphère d'info libre...

Les participants à la conférence sont des universitaires locaux et internationaux, des praticiens, des décideurs et des étudiants issus de toutes les spécialisations dans le domaine de l'information et de la gestion des connaissances, avec des expériences variées.

Cette activité est organisée dans le cadre des grands axes d’action de l'UNESCO pour faciliter l'accès universel et permettre la préservation de l'information et du savoir ; et du résultat attendu pour promouvoir des solutions ouvertes pour les sociétés du savoir au Kenya.

16/07/2016

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Getting a carte de 'séjour permanent'
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EU CITIZENS who have been in France for more than five years are entitled to apply for a carte de séjour UE – séjour permanent, a measure which some experts have told Connexion may be useful in the case of a ‘Brexit’.

Obtaining one is challenging (but not impossible) – as one of the Connexion staff members found out.

We stress that European citizens do not need a residence permit to live and work in France (though non-working early-retirees should have a certain level of income so as not to be a burden on social security and may have to obtain private health insurance). However this measure is one recommended by some experts as a precaution in the case of Britons in the future losing EU citizenship (others have not mentioned it).

That being said, many commentators believe that maintaining basic residence rights of existing expats – both Britons in the EU and EU residents in Britain - would be a priority in the negotiations if the referendum vote was in favour of exiting.

However, many people – and, reportedly some smaller mairies - do not know that there are two kinds of card for which EU citizens are entitled to apply if they wish. In one case, a reader reports their mairie said they did not have the staff to process the request – we would submit that this is unreasonable, as these cards are a right for any long-term resident who is an EU citizen.

The cards that may be issued to European citizens are either the carte de séjour UE, obtainable before five years, or the ‘permanent’ version obtainable after five, which legally certifies that you have a right to stay in France indefinitely (in the case of early-retirees, for example, it is proof of entitlement to French healthcare under the Puma (formerly CMU) system, as opposed to a private policy.

Even a ‘permanent’ card must be renewed after 10 years (but fewer documents are required), however in the event of the residence rights of Britons being called into question after a Brexit it is thought that holding one may be of benefit in proving you have acquired a right to stay.



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So, how is it done?

The basics can be found at: service-public.fr.

The aim of all the pièces (documents) you will be asked for is to prove your uninterrupted legal residence in France for a period of more than five years (stays away are allowable, but France should have been your main home). Apart from consulting the link above and this article, you should also telephone your prefecture to double check what documents they will need. They will want photocopies of all of these, as well as for you to show them the originals. In the case of our staff member these included:

• Letter requesting the carte de séjour on grounds of 5 ans de séjour légal et ininterrompu
• Three passport photographs
• Passport
• Work contract
• A bill (eg. EDF or other utility) showing your address in France, dated in the last three months
• Last three pay slips
• More bills (or similar proof) showing residence in France in each half-year during the last five years (eg. a bill dated in February of a given year and then another dated in September etc).
• French social security number (eg. present your carte vitale)

The point of an employee providing documents like a work contract and recent payslips is to show they have been legally resident, as, before five years, Europeans are required not to be a 'burden on the state' and must have a job, be self-employed of have independent means. A prefecture official told Connexion self-employed people are asked to give documents showing their self-employed income (revenus non-salariés), and early-retirees would be asked for evidence of having 'sufficient means' of their own (ressources propres).This could include tax assessments, she said.

What happened?

Our staff member was told on the telephone to take all the items above to the main prefecture for the department and to go to a certain numbered accueil (desk). The desk in question is only open for limited hours each morning and it was necessary to queue for an hour-and-a-half. It is probably therefore advisable to go before the opening time to be nearer the front of the queue.

On reaching the desk the staff member saw an official who made an initial assessment of whether the request was reasonable and the correct pièces were provided. She looked at the documents rapidly – there was a problem; the work contract had not been rubber stamped at the end by the employer and this was an essential requirement. However on being asked if it would be necessary to queue the next time, the official said it was acceptable to come to the front of the queue and hand the documents in.

On a subsequent day, the staff member did as advised, having to explain themselves to people at the head of the queue who asked why they were ‘pushing in’. They were quickly directed through to a waiting area, where they were then able to see a second official, who listened to the request and looked again at the pièces.

This time the second official said they were in order - however she said the prefecture also requires a birth certificate extract dating from less than three months ago with first applications for a carte de séjour, which had not been provided. On further consultation with colleagues, however, it was accepted that this could be waived in this case.

A temporary récépissé (receipt), valid for six months, was then handed over while the card application was processed. The official said a text message would be sent when the permit was ready to collect.

In conclusion, make sure the officials know it is a ‘UE’ card that you are asking for and that it is for ‘séjour permanent’ (if they are unfamiliar with this, print out the information from service-public.fr or direct them to the site). Aim to obtain the full list of documents required before you visit in person and make photocopies of all of them. Check a work contract has been rubber stamped (with the employer’s name and address and Siret) at the end. Keep your cool and be firm about your rights.

If you have tried to obtain one of these, Connexion would like to hear how it went, at news@connexionfrance.com

13/07/2016

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Our work spans nearly every area of knoledge  generation, delivery and use, management and environmental responsibility. We provide both short- and long-term solutions in these research areas for the electronics industry, its customers and society. The depth and breadth of our work is outlined in our archive containing 3 386.920 articles .

 

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SRU-Electronics covers the latest news on technologies from semiconductors to EDA tools and includes  special sections in every issue focusing on areas stretching from communications to embedded systems. You can also learn about what's hot in IC design, subsystems, systems design and signals. SRU-Electronics opens doors into not only the vast resources available online today and how to use them efficiently, but also new possibilities for collaboration and communication at both local and global levels.Plus get access to leading opinion from editors, columnists and senior executives in the electronics industry.

As the technology world's most respected community , Electronics brings business and technology executives, managers and teams together for highly productive meetings, group sessions and conferences. The result : collaboration, inspiration and ideas!

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SRU-Electronics, est un portail au service des ingénieurs, chercheurs, enseignants, décideurs techniques et économiques. Tout ingénieur, tout chercheur, tout enseignant utilise quotidiennement et souvent simultanément les technologies de l'électricité, de l'électronique, du contrôle-commande, de la communication, de l'information. Savoir oû celles-ci en sont, quelles seront leurs évolutions, quelles peuvent être leurs applications, valorise son action et contribue à son efficacité. Quotidien d'information à leur service, SRU leur propose un état de l'art réguliérement renouvelé sur l'ensemble de ces technologies, établi par des confréres qui ont les connues, développées ou utilisées. Cette information de haut niveau est complétée par des rubriques d'actualité sur la vie des entreprises et des laboratoires de ces secteurs, sur les manifestations, les publications, la formation, la normalisation, les nouveaux produits. SRU-Electronics est ainsi un outil de connaissance, de réflexion, d'échange, nécessaire à tous ceux qui veulent insérer leur vie professionnelle d'ingénieur, de chercheur, d'enseignant, de décideur dans la réalité technique et industrielle la plus récente.

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"In that model, NEWSCENTER Navigator become platforms for the technology to use their services," Stefan said, "to build businesses on top of them, and also to interlink — hyperlink — all of the different information sources that end users will take."

To move themselves forward, he said, newspapers will have to get used to the idea that they are not just generators of trusted, professional content, but also aggregators of the new kinds of information the Web has enabled — collectively edited knowledge structures such as Wikipedia, and user-generated information in the form of blogs, images and online video.

"Innovation is bizarre because it's very difficult to centrally plan," he said. "But you can architect a structure where innovation is welcome, and where it's taken advantage of."


"We need to reinvent the way the Web delivers this content," he said, "so that you can have the kind of experience, when people are wandering around with their phone and so forth, that you can have with a printed magazine.


"From my perspective, the online experience can be thought of as terrible compared to what I view as this wonderful experience with magazines and newspapers."


Perhaps not surprisingly for the leader of one of the most inventive technology companies of the 21st century, Stefan's prescription for newspapers — an industry that has struggled to escape a dying, century-old business model — is innovation.


"One of the fundamental problems with the Internet is that it doesn't respect traditional scarcity structures. It's very hard to hold information back." To create value from content that can be difficult to control, he said, "We think the answer is advertising."

 
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