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Flexibilization of Labour Law in Belgium: Analysis of a Short-Lived New Regime and its Downfall: The Case of Associative Work
Flexibility has become a key word in contemporary labour relationships. To which extend may the legislator modify Labour Law regulations or exclude their application when it perceives them as a burden on economic actors? The presentation will focus on a particularly far-reaching example. The Belgian...
Brittany Water Pure: comparative effectiveness of voluntary programmes and other environmental policy instruments
Contract; B03158; Analyses and methods for sustainable agricultural and rural development Dissemination of the document: INRA Rural Economy and Sociology Unit 4 Allée Adolphe Bobierre CS 61103 35011 Rennes cedex (FRA) Despite efforts, environmental regulations concerning agriculture, in particular t...
Thousand white women: the May Dodd Carnets
Book on 5 May 2011-1874. A Chyenne delegation led by Little Wolf, one of its leaders, negotiates 1000 wives for his guardians with the settler government to facilitate the integration of the Amerindian people. Thus, since the offspring is made by the mother in their customs, the children born from t...
After a childhood in Switzerland and then a young person in France, in regions marked by the presence and respect of the army, while he was not the heir of any particular family military tradition, the author returns to the army as a mere soldier. In a closed, authetic world, whose image in society...
Adolphe Messimy (1869-1935) and the recruitment by appeal of Algerian indigenous people
Since the beginning of the Empire, indigenous troops, particularly in Algeria, have been recruited until 1912, solely through voluntary service, whereas the law of 21 March 1905 has already imposed military service on all French citizens, including those born in settlements. In order to remedy the e...
Vie en institution et capacitation du résident. Constats d'une recherche action sur un programme de volontariat en maison de repos de la Croix-Rouge de Belgique Life in nursing home and empowerment of residents. Report of a research-action on a volunteering program in nursing home by the belgian Red Cross
peer reviewed The residents don't act as actors during the events proposed by the volunteers: they adopt the role they usually have in the nursing home (passive recipients of health care).
Uses and representations of motherhood in the XIX century political cultures (Italy-Fance, 1850-1870)
My dissertation analyses how motherhood was used and represented by different political cultures in nineteenth century Italy and France. I focus on two case studies: on the one hand, the friendship and political network of the milanese patriot Laura Solera Mantegazza; on the other hand, the Archicon...
Volunteering testing the professionalisation of social enterprises
Project of graduate training in blood transfusion at the 3th cycle of the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacie of the Notre Dame University of Haiti for health professionals
Introduction/Justification: In Haiti, blood transfusion structures are struggling to ensure adequate blood donation coverage and the transfusion activities of institutions using blood products have largely remained in the penumber. There is no training in blood transfusion in Haiti and courses on cl...
Can digital technologies induce behavioral changes in transportation habits? Evidence based on User Experience with the SmartMoov Application
International audience This study aims to assess behavioral changes in transportation habits induced by real-time and multimodal information provided by a mobile application, SmartMoov. The users of the SmartMoov application (beta-testers) were registered on a voluntary basis. After 3 months of test...
Discovering the Homeland : A New Generation of Armenian Diasporic Organizations
Focusing on parts of the global Armenian diaspora and the Republic of Armenia, the article highlights the emergence of relatively new, twenty-first-century modes of engagement between “diaspora” and “homeland”. In particular, examined is the role of a distinctive type of diasporic organization that...
When local and regional authorities engage in civic service: political display logics and choice of an intervention model
Civic service is a national scheme set up in May 2010 to promote the civic engagement of young people aged 16-25. The heir of civil wills and then of voluntary civilian service has strong symbolic values similar to the former social and political functions attributed to conscription. While associati...
The economic battle
Development tools and infrastructure In 1963 Michel Debré faces a huge economic challenge, but there is no permanent statistical structure for decision-makers on the island. The only surveys carried out in the economic field were carried out by missions or by statisticians in the context of the volu...
The mobilisation of the people of North Africa for the liberation of Europe (1942-1945)
The December 1942 North Africa Association (AFN) marked the end of the Vichy authority on the French Maghreb settlements and their encroachment at war at the Allies. At the heart of the French war effort, the French and indigenous populations of AFN have been heavily involved, sometimes on a volunta...
THE STAIN: the Volunteering Contract for Integration
L’ÉPIDE is an original establishment both in its organisation and in its purpose of enabling young people in difficulty to receive training and integrate themselves into working life, while acquiring a sense of responsibility. Since 2005, the State has adapted while maintaining a military spirit to...
BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES: Selected examples EN FRANCE AND TO CANADA
This text misrepresents the assertion that social economy organisations (associations in France, commuters and the voluntary sector in North America) are a solution to the crisis in social protection models and to the scarcity of resources in health systems. This process of deconstruction is based o...
Are firefighters a dysfunctional corps ? « Free » rescues end in 13 minutes : Issues and concerns for voluntary commitment and for cooperation between voluntary firefighters and professional firefighters for the future of emergency service distribution in France
Through the study of the firefighter organisation, which is made up of 80 % voluntary firefighters and 20 % professional firefighters, this thesis look into the originality of republican hybridism as an alternative method of providing public service. This study is based on the method of action resea...
1914-1918 : quand la commémoration devient participative
International audience La base de données des Morts pour la France, publiée par le ministère des Armées sur le site web Mémoire des Hommes, est à l’origine une base de données d’images d’actes administratifs déclarant des soldats ou civils « morts pour la France ». Cette base de données dispose d’un...
Documentary radioscopy of international volunteering during the Spanish civil war
The issue of international volunteers fighting during the Spanish war seems to be a well-known topic. However, the extent and nature of the sources linked to it are less so, and the body is singled out by wide dispersion. This contributes to concealing the diversity of the phenomenon and hampers the...
“Children do not go to the front”: the juvenile fighters of the Great War
The ado-combatants are “invisible” of the Great War. Invisible in the official archives and at the same time surprisingly present on the photographs. This article, which is the first step in an ongoing research, was born of this mysterious presence/absence, at a time when — centenary — we believe th...
Student Colloquium of the St Simon Institute, Toulouse, January 2014
The Saint-Simon Institute organised a student colloquium in January 2014 at which students, who have been awarded one of the diplomas prepared since June 2013 (state diplomas af, amp, eje, et, es), presented their remembrance work. These students had been selected on the basis of the mark obtained i...
Investigate Men who Have Sex With Men : Methodological, Epidemiological and Social Issues
Men who have sex with men (MSM) have been greatly affected by HIV infection. Indeed in France, the highest HIV incidence rate was estimated in 2008 at 1% in this population. In this context, it is essential, more than ever, to have in-depth knowledge of the sexual behavior and lifestyles of the MSM...
The Work of Order : Social hierarchies and police anchorages in popular neighborhoods of Khartoum and Lagos
This thesis aims to understand what we can learn about the legitimation of coercion and social hierarchies, through the organisation of order and local surveillance by neighborhood committees and associations in Khartoum and Lagos. Based on long-term multi-sited fieldwork carried out between 2016 an...
Stellenausschreibung: Kultur- u. Heimatpflege Oberfranken
Der Bezirk Oberfranken sucht für den Bereich der Kultur- und Heimatpflege ab 01.07.2015 bzw. ab 01.11.2015 zwei Volontärinnen / Volontäre. Unsere Kernkompetenzen liegen im Bereich der sozialen Hilfen, des Gesundheitswesens, der Kultur- und Heimatpflege sowie der Landwirtschaft. Nähere Informationen...