Wednesday, November 28, 2007 “Sunday, one of my former students died …”.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 "Sunday, one of my former students died …". A former history professor Larami, one of the two young people died on a mini-bike in Villiers-le-Bel, returns in a moving letter, which he addressed to Parisien.fr, on the death of his former student Sunday. It also describes the great media Barnum who landed in "VLB" where "Everyone will have seen everything, [but] no one will know anything about what people live here. None knew that here many people think to fight for everything changes so that nothing changes. Neither impunity, nor idleness, nor easy money. Neither, either, the huge waste of talent and a youthful humanism with so much to offer, "Taking the hardest position, found in the South West where Azouz Begag, Minister for the Promotion of equal opportunities of the Villepin government, but also sociologist who grew up in the slums Lyon has no words strong enough to denounce the policies of Nicolas Sarkozy. "For twenty-five years smoldering, but the UMP candidate in the presidential election threw cans of gasoline on this powder keg with his warlike semantics. Suburban youth have understood very well that they were used as bait hook after the election of Nicolas Sarkozy. " For him the risks of contagion exist "Since 2005, everyone knew it was going to explode again. I really fear we are unfortunately embedded in a story that will significantly get closer to major US cities and their riots, as in Los Angeles where people have ended up killing each other. ". What solutions he proposes? "Today it is urgent, we must revive education in citizenship and give work to young people. We repeat them constantly that we must work more to earn more, but already start spinning their work. "Francois Fillon and Minister of Higher Education, Valerie Pecresse, signed on Wednesday the" framework protocol for success universities "with Jean-Pierre Finance, the first president of the Conference of University Presidents (CPU). The prime minister announced Monday the signing of this agreement to "solemnize the government’s commitment […] to bring one billion additional euros to the university every year for five years, that is, -dire to increase the budget […] 50% in five years ".With this agreement, the annual budget of the university would increase from 10 billion now to 15 billion by the end of the legislature. But if the UNEF union sees this as "important advances" protests against the "LRU" continue. Twenty thousand students demonstrated yesterday. The students are now the majority in the events … There is a common point between suburban riots and student movement. "The media are seen as intruders" This is Jean-Marie Charon, media sociologist who advanced this phenomenon 20 minutes: "The criticism of the media is becoming increasingly violent in social movements, You end up denying journalists the right to work there. In the suburbs, the major issue remains that of externality: the media are perceived as coming from elsewhere, not including the environment, even as intruders. ". Feeling confirmed by Luc Bronner, journalist for Le Monde "I’ve never seen it, there is a hatred against the outside, police, firefighters, elected officials, and us. The blows he received Sunday Villiers earned him "a broken rib or cracked and two days off work." Yet his own work in the suburbs excludes the usual criticism and has been praised by the last price Albert Londres. For Jean-Marie Charon, "the media must respond quickly, consistently and concretely, if they want to re-weave the trust with the citizens in general, and suburbs in particular.". The events that we live can also be an opportunity to reflect with students about how the media treat this news. More than ever, media education is needed. Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 28/11/07 Pecresse tried to defuse the strike While students marched yesterday throughout France alongside many high school students and teachers, the president of the UNEF has announced "significant advances" in Following his meeting with Minister of higher Education, Valerie Pecresse. He said he would call general meetings in universities to "take into account". The likely withdrawal of the main student union would deal a serious blow to a movement already weakened by divisions. Read more of the article in his blog, one of the two teenagers was as a boy "calm" One of the two victims of Villiers-le-Bel kept a blog in which he presents himself as a boy "calm "and seeks soul mate. Read more of the article Suburbs: "Change the frame will not change the misery and poverty of those who live there," Jean-Marc Stebe, sociologist, professor at the University of Nancy 2, author of "The crisis of the suburbs sociology of neighborhoods ", Editions PUF, responded to questions from Liberation about this crisis through which the disadvantaged neighborhoods. Read more of the article The foreign press judge the case Villiers-le-Bel She advanced recurrent inability of France to settle its integrations and unemployment problems. And some criticized the Sarkozy method. Read more of the article Azouz Begag accuses Sarkozy of sowing "hatred" in the suburbs In an interview to "South West", the former Minister of Health Promotion and Equal Opportunities believes that " since 2005, everyone knew it was going to explode again »Read more of the article —————————– —————- Le Figaro 28/11/07 urban riots: Sarkozy goes on the front line the head of state will visit Wednesday morning to police officers and firefighters injured before to preside at the Elysee a safety meeting. Read more of the article Quiet on Villiers-le-Bel The pressure fell back Tuesday night in Val-d’Oise, probably due to an exceptional police deployment. Read more of the article Lexter, 26, unemployed and rioter Nine suspects, including a child, were found yesterday in Pontoise in immediate appearance. Read more of the article accelerates Valerie Pecresse, UNEF calm the game Bruno Julliard, president of the UNEF, is satisfied with the proposed advances. Twenty thousand students demonstrated yesterday. Read more of the article seen nothing … Read More Article ——————————- ———— Humanity of 27/11/07 (delay of one day) atmosphere supercharged Villiers-le-Bel is anger in the city of Val-d’Oise, sacked following the drama. Read more of the article "The police are considered an enemy army Defiance, paranoia, hatred … The Sociotherapist Charles Rojzman dissects the feelings that oppose today’s youth and police. Read more of the article The risk of other conflagrations After the death of two youths in Villiers-le-Bel (Val-d’Oise) on Sunday, a new surge rocked the neighborhoods. The 2005 spectrum resurfaces. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 28/11/07 (paying) "Sunday, one of my former students died …" the former teacher Larami history, one of the two young died on a mini-bike in Villiers-le-Bel, tells in a moving letter, which he addressed to Parisien.fr the death of his former pupil Sunday. Read more of the article very angry Sarko 22 arrests according to the prefecture, some fires bins and a few dozen vehicles torched … The evening was much more calm in Villiers-Le-Bel. Read more of the article "When you have nothing, you have nothing to lose." We left them the day before to 23 hours, a few minutes after they had destroyed the treasury of Villiers-le-Bel. They are found the next day at lunch, briefcase in the back, near a fast food in the city center, close to a real estate agency that still bears the scars of the violence of the night before. Farid, Cedric and Sissoko, who testify under assumed names, are, at first glance, ordinary teenagers. Aged from 16 to 18 years, they are students and live in Villiers-Le-Bel. They did not say more. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of 28/11/07 In neighborhoods to avoid even worse young neighborhoods often refuse any form of authority. Parents associations, teachers and religious policies help to ensure that the situation is not completely hopeless Read more of the article "You feel like Sisyphus," Manuel Valls, mayor PS of Evry (Essonne) Read more Article in cities, priests and nuns do not feel real improvement priests and nuns living in the neighborhoods of Val-d’Oise Yvelines or find that the climate remains tense Read more of the article what gifts offer children? Christmas trees may collapse this year under an avalanche of technological gifts, but we must also dare to give children more traditional toys and games More Article ———— ————————————- 20 minutes from 28/11/07 student Mobilization: where we? After a month of mobilization, the movement against the Pecresse law is divided out of the weekend. This week is decisive for the striking students. Read more of the article Place firmness in managing the crisis The executive leaves his muscles. Just back from China, Nicolas Sarkozy said Wednesday morning that "those who took responsibility to shoot at officials will find themselves before the Assize Court" after urban violence in the Val d’Oise. His comments were accompanied by the announcement of the opening of a criminal investigation for "involuntary homicide" on the people of the two young died. That wanted the victims’ families. Read more of the article The 2005 spectrum, weapons and more "We are approaching the disaster," according to UNSA-Police union rather famous left. The extreme violence of the last nights in Villiers-le-Bel (Val-d’Oise) and in the surrounding towns, feeding fears of a restart of the riots in the suburbs, even louder this time in November 2005. Read more of the article "you, the journalist with the bag, I’ll smash your face! "Can we still go to the suburbs to tell what’s going on? A journalist who goes there he must prepare to wipe a riot? I would have said no before I go Tuesday in Villiers-le-Bel Read more of the article suburban mayors "worried but not surprised" They bellowed for months to "sound the alarm". Suburban mayors of all stripes generally say "concerned but not surprised" by the violence. Read more of the article "The government will have to change speech" Pierre Cardo, UMP mayor of Chanteloup les Vignes (Yvelines) and vice president of the association of mayors of suburbs, talks about the violence that erupted in Villiers -le-Bel, after the death of two teenagers … Read More Article forty facs blocked 30,000 demonstrators and proposals Pecresse Day loaded on the front of the universities on Tuesday. As protests against the Pecresse law, the appeal of the National Student Coordination, gathered at least 30,000 people in France, the Minister of Higher Education has made several proposals during his meeting with the main student union, the UNEF, in the afternoon. Read more of the article "The media are seen as intruders," Jean-Marie Charon, sociologist, author of Journalists and the public, big misunderstanding (Ed. Vuibert). Read more of the article Cameras and pens greeted by iron bars "I have never seen it, there is a hatred against the outside, police, firefighters, elected officials, and we," says Luc Bronner, journalist in the world". The blows he received Sunday Villiers earned him "a broken rib or cracked and two days off work." Yesterday, teams of France 3 Paris Ile-de-France and the site LaTeleLibre experienced difficult times: stolen cameras, gratuitous violence … "My colleague Larbi Aarab scoop eight stitches after an iron bar shot on the head, my little finger is broken, "says Miguel Maia of LaTelelibre. Yesterday, an editor of 20 Minutes came under a shower of blows, after his notebook and his bag had "betrayed" the nature of his job. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Metro (Paris) from 28/11/07 "Restoring balance" James * twenty-six. A "big brother" for some, a "quitter" for others. There is one year, he left the La Humette in Villiers-le-Bel, to co-manage a fast food restaurant in Paris. "A way to leave the shit in which we live. And see Paris. "[…]" The risk is police upmanship. Send teachers instead of CRS. Following is a case determination on the field. You think Sarkozy is ready to risk »Read more of the article City Policy: inhabitants and suburban elected are impatient to see nothing come Just over two years after the riots in the suburbs, residents and elected officials are impatient not seeing held the promise of the Borloo plan for urban renewal and the new "commuter plane" promised by Nicolas Sarkozy slow to take shape. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 from 28/11/07 in 2005, RG foresaw the return of flames "any new fortuitous incident (death of a youth) will cause a new outbreak of widespread violence" … Read More of Article in the suburbs, the worst is yet to come by Jean Maillard (Magistrate) I admit that I would not be now in government. Nor indeed living Villiers-le-Bel. Let alone be CRS. I fear indeed that the nights of rioting in Clichy-sous-Bois, there are two, are the appetizers of what we will enjoy in the coming time. I’m not trying to put oil on the fire, anyway these lines fortunately have no chance of being read in the 9-3 and other cities with our beautiful France has sprinkled its sub-urban landscapes. But I think we have still call a spade a spade. That fire two schools, a library, a police station, a garage and a few other buildings whose list is already forgotten, besides dozens of vehicles per day, we were used to it. It has become almost a routine. However, the second night of Villiers-le-Bel mark an escalation in which the media and the government may wish to do advertising, but that may be the starting point of a new stage: the use of fire arms. Read more of the article A library fire: whose fault? By Victor Hugo (writer) You just burn the Library? – Yes. I put the fire out. -But it is a crime unheard of! Crime committed by you against yourself, infamous! But you just kill radius of your soul! It’s your own torch you just blow! What your unholy rage and dare burn, it’s your right, your treasure, your dowry, your inheritance The book, hostile to master is to your advantage. […] Read more of the article —- ——————————————– West France 28 / 11/07 Suburbs: the fear of a conflagration the early night was calmer in the Val d’Oise, after the previous two nights of clashes. The government fears the contagion. Read more of the article Clashes in Nantes, parades in most western cities "What are you doing? You do not see that these are kids? "Annette, nurse, has voice trembling. She just got out of work, close to the rectory of Nantes. Battery when the confrontation between police and protesters. From 70 to 80 gendarmes and police officers face a thousand demonstrators. Minutes before, students and high school students enter the rectory of the park closed, breaking a fence. The security forces arrive. Some slogans, an improvised juggling by students … So peaceful face to face, before the confrontation. "We request you to kindly back." Not quickly enough, apparently. Soon, the police push young people toward the exit. Kicks of some, batons others. Some resist. It gets upset. Read more of the article A turning primer in the student crisis The students are now the majority in the protests. The student union UNEF considered "important advances" the proposals of Valerie Pecresse. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Southwest 28/11/07 "Declaration of war" During the winter of 2005 riots, Azouz Begag was the Minister for the Promotion of equal opportunities of the Villepin government. Now agreed with Francois Bayrou, who grew up in the slums Lyon has no words strong enough to denounce the policies of Nicolas Sarkozy. Read more of the article rugby in packs of five Famous Panini stickers are no longer exclusively reserved for footballers. A new album is out. rugby players Read more of the article can now collect ————————————- ———– the Journal du Dimanche 28/11/07 Sarkozy seized the suburbs soon returned to China, while a fragile calm has returned in the Val d’Oise, Nicolas Sarkozy visited Wednesday morning, shortly before 7:30 am, at the hospital in Eaubonne, at the bedside of injured policemen in the violence that ignited Villiers-le-Bel on Sunday and Monday. The Head of State then held in the Elysee a series of talks on the situation in the suburbs. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Le Monde 29/11/07 journalists in trouble for reporters covering events from the television report on clashes in Villiers-le-Bel have faced a double risk: that of "fanning violence" or to "the wrath" of the rioters, said Jean-Marie Bayle, editorial director of LCI. During the winter of 2005, radio and television stations have shelled the number of cars burned each night. "We are rather faced this year the number of police officers injured," quips Guillaume Dubois, editor of BFM-TV. Journalists are also targeted. After the assault of a journalist of the World, Sunday, November 25, a reporter from the free 20 minutes daily was attacked Tuesday 27. In the afternoon, "a team of TF1 was assaulted and shoved camera" laments Mr. Bayle. Monday, November 26, a team from France 3 was robbed of his camera and a journalist was hit by a dozen people. […] Read more of the article How to develop the law on university autonomy? The entire debate with Jean-Baptiste Prevost, vice president of the UNEF, Wednesday, November 28, 2007 Read more of the article Bruno Julliard welcomed the "significant progress achieved through the mobilization" At the end of a meeting with the minister of higher education biology homework answers
, Valerie Pecresse, Tuesday, November 27, the president of the UNEF Bruno Julliard welcomed the "real progress and concrete (…) obtained through mobilization." He added that it was now "to the students to decide whether [had] continued mobilization" in universities. Valerie Pecresse ensured that there would be no "increase in tuition fees or selection to university entrance." Read more of the article Villiers-le-Bel: the thesis of the vandalized police car contradicted by video An amateur video contradicts any of the statements of the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) on the accident between a police vehicle and a mini-bike, Sunday, Nov. 25 in Villiers-le-Bel, which is responsible for two nights of rioting. Read more of the article Zero tolerance, zero balance by Dominique Sopo, president of SOS Racisme. Like a bad remake of the events that then grieving engulfed Clichy-sous-Bois, the death of two young residents of Villiers-le-Bel puts on center stage the issue of urban violence. With, seeing it for us alarmed, passage of urban violence which, at the peak of November 2005, taking up the form of riots actually quite "classic" in a situation which, according to initial information is stamped with the seal of ultra-violence. […] And it is seen: the balance sheet, given the November 2005 violence and the rise of ultraviolents conduct found in Villiers-le-Bel, is heavily negative, even, frankly, pretty grim. Because under the guise of pragmatism and common sense quite thick, the method of M. Sarkozy was marked by a dogmatism of uncommon strength. He acted in some way, to believe (or believe …) the problems of violence could set not taking into account a range of factors minimum of life in society complexity but simply through the extremely simple slogan of "zero tolerance" declined in police matters in the feature of the method of jumps above and vast media-police operations as spectacular ineffectual. […] Read more Article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur Permanent 28 / 11/07 a relatively quiet night in Villiers-le-Bel few dozen cars were burned in the towns and those adjacent. > The thesis of the accident continues. > Nicolas Sarkozy meets with the families of victims this morning before holding a crisis meeting with several ministers. Read more from the article "It is their only way to be heard" Residents of Villiers-le-Bel discovering the damage caused by a second night of clashes between youth and police. Read more of the article Signing of the agreement on the budget of the universities Wednesday Prime Minister Francois Fillon and Minister of Higher Education, Valerie Pecresse, intend to go with this "framework protocol", budget annual universities from 10 to 15 billion in five years. Read more of the article —————————————- Express .fr 28/11/07 Action student Day, the UNEF sees progress While nearly 25 000 students and high school students protesting Tuesday in the country, the UNEF, the first student union, found to have obtained " major progress "after a meeting with the Minister of higher Education, Valerie Pecresse. Read more of the article Villiers-le-Bel: pressure drops that night was much calmer in the Val-d’Oise with an impressive police deployment. 22 people were nonetheless arrested. Francois Fillon and Alliot-Marie visited the site in the evening and the Elysee Palace is organizing a meeting on Wednesday morning. Read more of the article Fadela Amara, in Villiers-le-Bel, silent Secretary of State in charge of urban policy spent the day in Villiers-le-Bel. She did not wish to comment publicly "out of respect for the dignity of the families’ grief. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- a selection in dispatches of 28/11/07 Pecresse Law: forty university sites disturbed forty university sites were disrupted Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. by the student movement against the Pecresse law on university autonomy, while the manifestations of school and university students have met at least 30,000 people, according to several sources. Read more of the article Pecresse Law: for student unions, we need more precise answers and Fidl The UNL students unions said Tuesday that Valerie Pecresse advertisements on supporting its law on the autonomy of universities were insufficient and said they remained "mobilized", including Thursday new day of demonstrations. Read more of the article SNETAA-Neil denounce violent incidents in a professional school of Livry-Gargan SNETAA-eil, majority union of vocational education, Tuesday denounced "violent incidents" that occurred Monday professional lycee Henri Sellier Livry-Gargan (Seine-Saint-Denis) where "a student was hit and threatened a teacher." Read more of the article Perspective of a crisis with the appeal of the UNEF to account for promises Pecresse Calling the UNEF students to AG to "take into account" the "important advances" it claims granted by Valerie Pecresse, Tuesday offers the prospect of an end to mobilize against the law on university autonomy, although the most radical wish to pursue. Read more of the article in Bac Pro 3 years, "the ministry addresses the problem in reverse" (SNALC-CSEN) e-SNALC CSEN, teacher union traditionally classified right, said Wednesday that the "Ministry addresses the problem "pro tray" upside down ", reducing it from four to three years, while it takes in his" time "for these students, mostly from underprivileged classes More of Article the teacher wounded by a rubber was not deliberately targeted teacher who was wounded in the eye Tuesday by a rubber jet in a nice college was not deliberately targeted, did we corroborating sources said Wednesday. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- Posted by Watrelot on Wednesday, November 28, 2007

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