Query : civil society
- Sancenón Galarza, Félix15
- Bratton, Michael14
- Gyimah-Boadi, E.14
- Mattes, Robert13
- Martínez-Máñez, Ramón12
- Hovasse, Henri11
- Logan, Carolyn9
- Miranda Alonso, Miguel Ángel9
- Pawella, Jeanne9
- Reinisch, Jessica9
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion9
- Becker, J.W.7
- Corma Canós, Avelino6
- Linda Godfrey6
- Marzouki, Meryem6
- Selma Maria Schons6
- Danuta Estrufika Cantóia Luiz5
- Serra Alfaro, José Manuel5
- Brémaud, Iris4
- Political Science2509
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2254
- Gender Studies1182
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology983
- Architecture and Space Management653
- Art and Art History451
- Cultural Heritage and Museology393
- Methods and Statistics336
- Communication Sciences326
- Economies and Finances261
- Environmental studies176
- Musicology and Performing Arts138
- Biological Anthropology122
- Archaeology and Prehistory122
- Classical Studies100
Modeling optical fiber space division multiplexed quantum key distribution systems
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Caught in the Web of Bureaucracy? How ‘Failed’ Land Deals Shape the State in Tanzania
After more than ten years of hectic debates on international ‘land grabs’, academic interest in collapsed land deals or projects with unexpected results is growing. According to the Land Matrix, Tanzania is one of the target countries for such deals, with a number ‘abandoned’ or delayed and projects...
Activist Biology : The National Museum, Politics, and Nation Building in Brazil
Brazilian society was shaken by turmoil in the 1920s and 1930s. The country was rocked by heated debates over race and immigration, burgeoning social movements in cities and the countryside, entrenched oligarchies clinging to power, and nature being despoiled. Against this turbulent backdrop, a grou...
Geography, ecology, politics: a climate of change, Orléans 6 to 8 September
The French geography has never really succeeded in considering the environmental issue, which is fundamentally political, to be the logical body of its field of intervention. And despite the rise in contemporary environmental challenges, it seems to continue to do so. The organisation, by the Geogra...
The influence of French law on the political regime in Mauritania
This study is about the political regime in Mauritania, especially with regards to the preponderant influence of French law on this regime – a strong influence on the state’s central administration and on decentralized local administration, as well as on the whole of the political institutions.The f...
La satire des sciences dans Observations upon Experimental Philosophy et The Blazing World (1666) de Margaret Cavendish
Ignoring the satire of learned women, a topos of classical drama at the end of the 17th century, Magaret Cavendish published several treatises of natural philosophy between 1653 and 1668. This article aims at reversing the topos to show how a woman could use the linguistic strategies of satire. Focu...
Combined use of groundwater modeling and potential zone analysis for management of groundwater
International audience A methodology for groundwater evaluation has been developed by the combined use of numerical model and spatial modeling using GIS. The developed methodology has been applied on the sub-basin of the Banganga River, India. Initially, the groundwater potential zones have been del...
For a story of the idea of tolerance from the 17th to the 17th century
The very heart of human rights is a fundamental right: freedom of conscience, the corollary of which is necessary tolerance. We will try to outline the progress of this ideal — from the 19th to the 17th century from Nicolas de Cues to Locke — not in an idealistic and abstract way, but by showing how...
The Great War in Central and Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture and Society
IRISH ASSOCIATION OF RUSSIAN, CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES Annual Conference School of History and Archives and Centre for War Studies University College Dublin 9 - 10 May 2014 Call for Papers The War on the Eastern Front is less developed in the English-language historiography and has impinged...
“Beyond the Legal Tellerrand” — Interview with Tobias Singelnstein
Prof. Dr. Tobias Singelnstein (figure © RUB, Marquard) This contribution is part of the “Law, Politics & Society in doctrine” series. The interview was conducted by Philipp Günther. Mr Singelnstein, at Ruhr University Bochum, leads the Master in Crime, Criminalistics and Police Science. Who is t...
The impossible government of migration? Local management of global cash: amphihaline migrators (European eel and Atlantic salmon)
This article looks at the modes of government of two species of highly migratory amphihalin fish: European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Based on a long ethnographic survey, this text proposes to analyse the arrangements of the governments of fisheries and stocks in cont...
The failure to register the agricultural cooperative society and its consequences (in relation to civ. 1st, 6 January. 2021, No 19-11.949 and No 19-18.948)
National hearing Agricultural cooperative societies have legal personality only if they are registered, including those formed before 1 July 1978. Next, although it follows from Article 25 of Law No 47-1775 of 10 September 1947 laying down the status of cooperation that, in principle, abandonment of...
The staff of the bonaeran prison service in the Hierarchy of Alcaides seniors: an analysis of human rights training in the period from 2007 to 2013
Prison work involves pursuing the task with people who have been deprived of their liberty; whereas they can lead to mental disorders or addictions, lack social and educational skills, come from marginalised groups in society; but each is unique in its own right. Prison staff should treat them in a...
Building zeolites from precrystallized units: nanoscale architecture
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Spanish exiles and education in France
At the time France grants asylum to the half million Spanish people fleeing Franco, the Spanish language was only of interest to a small minority of pupils. At the beginning of the 1950s, while English and even German were aware of the increased favours of young people, Spanish continued to grow in...
The Social Against the Welfare State. Predation and social protection
The aim of this work is to read the history of the French welfare state in the light of the theory of a predatory state. An approach to social protection taken by the State in which protection is an instrument of predation is opposed to an approach described as ‘Social’ dominated by a ‘welfare’ soci...
Seminar on the Law of Intangible Cultural Heritage (Osmose project, Paris, 9-10 November 2015)
On 9 and 10 November 2015, the final seminar of the Osmose project, a French-Latvian research project dedicated to the development of a methodology for a comparative study on the law of intangible cultural heritage (project of the Latvian Academy of Culture and the Institute of Social Sciences of Po...
The opposition to imperial power in the political theory of former Russia
Summary Why do the important political texts of the former Russia adopt a moralising tone? Why are they so often fragmentary, unfinished? Why do we not find some key ideas in the political thinking of the tsar empire present in almost all the monarchies of Europe, and sometimes these particularities...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
Turkey facing Europe and the Middle-East. The mutations of the Turkish Islamism since 2002 : emergence, consequences and prospects
The relationship of Turkey with Europe and the Middle East is greatly influenced by the actions of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) from coming to power in 2002 until nowadays. This thesis tries to make clear how the changes realized by the Turkish Islam during this period impacted on the for...
L'analyse des données de concours au regard des discriminations à l'entrée dans la Fonction Publique d’État
A large number of open competitive exams for French State civil service take place on the basis of a two-stage recruitment procedure. The first stage, consisting solely of written tests, preserves the anonymity of candidates, unlike the second stage, which consists almost exclusively of oral tests....
Delay Factors: A Comparative Analysis between Road Infrastructure and Building Projects
Always an Adventure : An Autobiography
Hugh Dempsey has for decades been one of Alberta’s most prolific and influential public historians. Author of more than twenty books, he has also been “in on the ground floor” of the development of many key Alberta institutions, including the Indian Association of Alberta, the Historical Society of...
Locally led peace building for a lasting peace in Colombia
Following four years of peace negotiations, the Colombian government and the FARC-EP signed a major peace agreement in 2016, representing a light of hope for this country torn by violence for decades. To date, this peace agreement process is considered to be the most inclusive, creating a global pre...
Intracystic interferon-alpha in pediatric craniopharyngioma patients: an international multicenter assessment on behalf of SIOPE and ISPN.
Craniopharyngiomas are frequent hypothalamo-pituitary tumors in children, presenting predominantly as cystic lesions. Morbidity from conventional treatment has focused attention on intracystic drug delivery, hypothesized to cause fewer clinical consequences. However, the efficacy of intracystic ther...