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Mot-clé : Le développement Gilbert Rist_x
Source: HAL

Fair trade, sustainable development : juridical approach

Sok, Bovy (23 march 2013)

23 mars 2013 Social society claims for the sustainable development against the nefas effect of the world economic growth. In 1987, the sustainable development is, officially, announced in the Brundtland report. Engaged by the Agenda 21, France gets to promote the sustainable development by creating ...

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Source: HAL

International digital solidarity policies and diffusion of ICT in West Africa : progress and prospects

Tchehouali, Destiny Kemeho (18 may 2013)

The World Summit on the Information Society (Geneva 2003 and Tunis 2005) advocated the digital solidarity as a solution to end inequalities in access to information and communication technologies (ICT) between developed and developing countries. Following the Summit, two institutional mechanisms ( ...

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Source: HAL

Living and consume social housing : a strategic approach to inhabit the working and middle classes under constraints of purchasing power

Parise, Fanny (2 feb. 2015)

In 2014, what is the "sense of living"? The evolution of French legislation creates a social housing commodification process already begun. "Large contractors" and housing professionals join forces to develop a new offer of social housing to intermediate middle class. The rise of the global middle ...

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From international institutions to local action. In what scales is sustainable development efficient?
The case of the Senegal river watershed.

Sène, Abdourahmane Mbade (8 oct. 2008)

Field researches articulate around two areas: on one hand, they concern the study of sustainable development through the analysis on the economic, social, institutional and environmental plans of the policies of development and great hydro-agricultural planning performed on a regional scale in the ...

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Source: HAL

Sensibilité à géométrie variable (vers une esthétique de la basse définition)

Thély, Nicolas (2008)

International audience On emploie généralement l’expression « basse définition » pour désigner la qualité des images issues de la technique de compression de données. JPEG, MPEG et MP3 sont ainsi des acronymes d’algorithmes qui sont aujourd’hui bien loin d’être des termes barbares ...

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Organotherapy : emergence and development of a technical care (France, 1889-1940)

Marchand, André (4 dec. 2014)

Launched by a communication from the famous Professor Brown-Sequard in 1889 on the effects of self-injection of testicular juice, organotherapy – a technique of care using the juice of glands – falls within a long tradition of animal medication. Publications of doctors and pharmacists have ...

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Natural and cultural diversity face to the challenge of biotechnology:stakes and controversies in Mexico

Foyer, Jean (26 jun. 2008)

Cette thèse a reçu le Prix du Monde 2010. In Mexico and on a global scale, the protection of biological diversity and the defense of cultural diversity have become a stake for society for the last thirty years, at a time when biotechnologies have stood out as a technical and scientific progress ...

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Digital acculturation and instrumental mediation. The case of French teenagers.

Cerisier, Jean-François (22 sep. 2011)

"Digital culture" is used mostly to refer to the skills and practices of the youth in a society marked by digital and networked information and communication technology. We propose to substitute this narrow definition with a more holistic view according to which, digital culture is not reduced to ...

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1 juin 2013/ Ens-Ulm Indépendance, socialisme et sous-développement

GRM (19 may 2013)

4e séance du séminaire du GRM 6e année CAPITALISME, ACCUMULATION ET LUTTES DE CLASSE Lieu: Ens-Paris, Salle Henri Cartan Horaire : 14h-17h Interventions : Patrick Marcolini : Socialisme et lutte pour l’indépendance : l’indépendance jusqu’où ? Autonomie, autogestion et autarchie. Marco ...

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