Attacks in Paris. Pray for Paris (Week 47) With all respect for the victims and the people in Paris, we will, the coming week, let the work with Stonehenge rest, and instead talk about humanity and respect.
We will:listen to Madonna´s speach during her concert in Stockholmanalyse her speach - what is the message? Watch the clip The story of Human Rightsread the articles: After horror, Paris is left reeling, Many dead in attacks in Paris, This tweet explains why it´s horrible to blame refugees, and finally the Swedish text Vi kommer alltid att ha Paris. We will later on discuss the following questions.. Can violence ever be accepted? Des ressources pour parler avec les enfants. Enseignants, chefs d’établissement, animateurs, parents, tous sont confrontés à la difficulté de parler avec les enfants des terribles attentats qui se sont produits dans la soirée du 13 novembre à Paris.
Nous vous proposons ici des liens vers des ressources pour y réfléchir avant ou avec eux, dont plusieurs datent de janvier dernier. Vous trouverez dans cet article : Des dessins et des unes de journaux Des documents destinées aux enfants Des analyses, notamment de psychiatres Des articles de presse Des articles pour contrer les rumeurs Des ressources institutionnelles Des ressources syndicales Des questions de pédagogie Des textes pour réfléchir ou échanger Des Cahiers avec des articles en ligne Des dessins et des unes Dessin de Jack - dangerecole.blogspot.fr/ 23 dessins qui rendent hommage aux victimes des attentats de Paris (Buzzfeed) Un « padlet » qui regroupe des dessins publié dans la presse ou qui ont circulé sur les réseaux sociaux.
Pour les enfants Analyses Dans la presse. How to talk to children about tragedy in Paris: Online resources. It’s been a somber mood around here, as our hearts go out to the people of Paris.
We each have been hoping and praying for peace for humanity in our own ways, and this image from French artist Jean-Julien, which you’ve probably seen by now, has captured the sentiment so simply and beautifully. As someone who lived through 9/11 in New York, I admit I am having a very difficult time with this. It’s hard enough to process the horror and inhumanity of it all, but what’s different this time — even though it’s 3600 miles away and not just a few blocks — is now I have children, when I didn’t in 2001.
And my girls are seeing me crying as I scroll through my tablet or speak in hushed tones on the phone, and understandably, they want to know what’s wrong. Les attentats de Paris pour les enfants (Spécial enseignants et parents) - Kaleidoscope Kids asbl. France Strikes ISIS Targets in Syria in Retaliation for Attacks. PARIS — France bombed the Syrian city of Raqqa on Sunday night, its most aggressive strike against the Islamic State group it blames for killing 129 people in a string of terrorist attacks across Paris only two days before.
President , who vowed to be “unforgiving with the barbarians” of the Islamic State after the carnage in Paris, decided on the airstrikes in a meeting with his national security team on Saturday, officials said. While France has been conducting scores of airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq, it had been bombing inside only sparingly, wary of inadvertently strengthening the hand of President Bashar al-Assad by killing his enemies. This video is not currently supported on your browser. Continue reading the main story Video The United States provided French officials with information to help them strike Islamic State targets in Syria, known as “strike packages,” American officials said. Where ISIS Has Directed and Inspired Attacks Around the World.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the explosions in Brussels on Tuesday that killed dozens of people at the main airport and a subway station.
“We are promising the Crusader nations which have aligned themselves against the Islamic State that dark days are coming,” the militants said in their announcement. France Drops 20 Bombs On IS Stronghold Raqqa. French fighter planes have dropped 20 bombs on the Islamic State (IS) stronghold of Raqqa in northern Syria.
The bombers hit a jihadi recruitment centre, training camp and arms depot run by the extremist group, according to the French defence ministry. A spokesman described it as a "massive" attack and France's biggest to date in Syria. :: Moment Hollande Learns Paris Is Under Attack. Isis vs Islamic State vs Isil vs Daesh: What do the different names mean – and why does it matter?
As the international fight continues against Islamic extremists waging a bloody campaign to establish a caliphate in Iraq and Syria, the debate about what to call the group continues.
If it were up to the terrorists themselves, the world would be calling them the “Islamic State” in recognition of the caliphate they have declared. The rebrand launched in June year has spread, despite pleas from leading Muslims and other groups not to legitimise their status. What is 'Islamic State'? Image copyright AP.
Paris attacks: buildings around the world are lit up in honour of the victims of Friday 13. Watch Madonna's Powerful Speech About Paris Attacks. While artists like Foo Fighters and U2 were forced to cancel or postpone their European shows in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, Madonna decided to soldier on with her own trek with a Saturday night concert in Stockholm, Sweden, where the singer delivered a moving, heartfelt and tearful speech about the massacre in the French capital.
"It's been really hard actually to get through the show, because in many ways, I feel torn. Like, why am I up here dancing and having fun when people are crying over the loss of their loved ones? However, that is exactly what these people want us to do. They want to shut us up. They want to silence us. "There are people who have no respect for human life, and there are people that do atrocious, degrading and unforgivable things to human beings," Madonna said during her six-minute speech. Language. PDF Version English Source: United Nations Department of Public Information, NY Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
FN:s allmänna förklaring. Omedelbart efter denna historiska händelse uppmanade generalförsamlingen alla medlemsstater att offentliggöra förklaringens text och att "göra den spridd, känd, läst och förstådd framför allt i skolor och andra undervisningsinstitutioner utan hänsyn till olika länders eller regioners politiska förhållanden". FN:s ALLMÄNNA FÖRKLARING OM DE MÄNSKLIGA RÄTTIGHETERNA: Eftersom erkännandet av det inneboende värdet hos alla som tillhör människosläktet och av deras lika och obestridliga rättigheter är grundvalen för frihet, rättvisa och fred i världen, Eftersom ringaktning och förakt för de mänskliga rättigheterna har lett till barbariska gärningar som har upprört mänsklighetens samvete, och då skapandet av en värld där människorna åtnjuter yttrandefrihet, trosfrihet och frihet från fruktan och nöd har tillkännagivits som folkens högsta strävan, Eftersom det är väsentligt att främja utvecklingen av vänskapliga förbindelser mellan nationerna, Artikel 111. 2.
Artikel 131. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Preamble Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people, Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,
Eng 1. Allmanforklaringomdemanskligarattigheterna. Eng. 1356776 roda kort. The Story of Human Rights. This Tweet Explains Why It's Horrible to Blame Refugees for the Paris Attacks. French President Calls Terror in Paris an 'Act of War' French President Francois Hollande has called the deadly attacks on Paris “an act of war.”