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Memes, a phenomenon on social networks

“Salt Bae”, “Disaster girl” or “The math lady”… These names may not mean much to you, but you have surely come across these memes on the Web. Memes are diverted images, sometimes mocking, very popular on social networks. They can refer to movies, celebrities, or political news. This was the case during the debate between […]

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“As long as we do not dispute, we obtain nothing”: social aid, the galleys of parents in joint custody

Since 2011, Arnaud and his ex-girlfriend have been separated. Their daughter, born the same year, lives alternately with her father and mother in Paris. Both parents get along properly, things are going well. Except that this dad with modest and fluctuating income does not manage to get his child taken into account in the calculation […]

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Should we ban social networks for teens?

Would banning social networks for the youngest be as ambitious as wanting to empty the sea with a teaspoon? The excess is more or less the same, as these new media have played such an important part in the lives of the youngest. A recent survey carried out by the Génération Numérique association established that […]

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Parcoursup does not promote social diversity enough

How to accelerate social mix within higher education? In a recent report submitted to Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, the Director General of Public Assistance-Paris Hospitals, Martin Hirsch, proposed to use Parcoursup as a ” the sink “ for “Increase the percentage of scholarship holders where they are significantly under-represented”. A helping hand for […]