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mardi 24 mai 2016

La légitimité d´une intervention de l´État sur les marchés - Cours d’économie sur www.SuperProfesseur.com by Professeur Ronald Tintin,Ronning Against Cancer


Thème 6 - L´État doit-il intervenir sur les marchés?


Chapitre 10 : La légitimité d´une intervention de l´État sur les marchés
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Plan  du cours
*               I. Quelles sont les fonctions régaliennes de l’État ?
*               II. En quoi les marchés sont-ils défaillants ?
*               III. En quoi les marchés sont-ils imparfaits ?
I. Quelles sont les fonctions régaliennes de l’État ?
*  A. La protection des citoyens et de l’intérêt général
*  B. L’extension des fonctions régaliennes
*  C. Les moyens de l’État pour remplir ses fonctions régaliennes
II. En quoi les marchés sont-ils défaillants ?
*  A. Le marché ne tient pas compte des externalités
*  B. Le marché ne peut fournir les biens collectifs
III. En quoi les marchés sont-ils imparfaits ?
*  A. Le marché est imparfait du fait des ententes
*  B. Le marché est imparfait du fait du manque d’information

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dimanche 22 mai 2016

L’exécution du contrat- Thème 5 - Cours de droit sur www.SuperProfesseur.com by Professeur Ronald Tintin,Ronning Against Cancer

Thème 5 - Quel est le rôle du contrat ?


Chapitre 10 : L’exécution du contrat
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Plan  du cours
*   I. Les effets du contrat
*   II. L’exécution forcée en nature
*   III. L’exécution forcée par équivalent
*   IV. Les sanctions spécifiques au contrat synallagmatique

     I.            Les effets du contrat
* A. L’effet obligatoire du contrat entre les parties

* B. L’effet relatif du contrat à l’égard des tiers

   II.            L’exécution forcée en nature

III.            L’exécution forcée par équivalent
* A. Les conditions de la responsabilité contractuelle

* B. L’exonération de la responsabilité contractuelle pour cause étrangère

* C. Les clauses contractuelles relatives à la responsabilité

IV.            Les sanctions spécifiques au contrat synallagmatique
* A. L’exception d’inexécution

* B. La résolution pour inexécution

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samedi 21 mai 2016

Le partenariat - Thème 9 - Cours de droit sur www.SuperProfesseur.com by Professeur Ronald Tintin,Ronning Against Cancer

Le partenariat - Thème 9 - Cours de droit sur www.SuperProfesseur.com by Professeur Ronald Tintin,Ronning Against Cancer

Description : Plan  du cours
            I. Le contrat de franchise
            II. La commission-affiliation
            III. La concession commerciale

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mardi 17 mai 2016

International Day Against Homophobia, biphobia & Transphobia (IDAHOT) 2016, May 17th ! “Global Celebration of Sexual and Gender Identities”

Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer support  the global LGBTI (The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex) movement.

International Day Against Homophobia, biphobia & Transphobia (IDAHOT) 2016, May 17th ! International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia truly deserves its title of “Global Celebration of Sexual and Gender Identities”

International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia on Tuesday, May 17th 2016!

This year again, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia truly deserves its title of “Global Celebration of Sexual and Gender Identities”. Beyond the rather narrow notions of “Homo”, “Trans”, “Bi”; the day offers a fantastic display of diversity, which mirrors the many facets of human sexualities and gender identities and expressions.

All over the world, advocates and their allies are fighting for what matters most to them: the right to be free from criminalisation, persecution, stigmatisation.

Sometimes the right to just live, as in many countries people have to fear for their lives.

This year specifically, we are seeing the “fault-line” deepening between places where activism is increasing and those where it is repression that is on the rise.

On the one hand, activism in some countries is definitely rising, with more and more visible events and strong support from institutions, which the Day has always been a good framework for and this year again many official buildings will be lit in Rainbow flag colors, such as the Chilean Presidency building.

Rainbow flags will be flying all over the UK and Australia, where this action has become a national IDAHOT favorite.

In Albania, the now traditional “Bike (P)ride” has already been a huge success last week end. Brussels Pride, always celebrated on the Saturday closest to IDAHOT drew tens of thousands onto the streets. Trans activists in Canada are getting ready to crown years of advocacy as the Government announced it will introduce groundbreaking legislation on May 17th. In Cuba, the IDAHOT week is again celebrated throughout the country. All over the planet, from Moldova to Bhutan, campaigns will take it online and onto the streets to mark the Day. Concerts, flashmobs, film festivals, Transgender beauty pageants, same-sex wedding ceremonies, conferences, lectures, community events and many more have been announced and will be reported on on our social media channels.

On the other hand many activists have asked not to disclose information about their actions for fear of backlash, even in countries where conditions were relatively safe  in previous years. In Lebanon for example, the public conference organised by Proud Lebanon had to be cancelled under pressure from opposition.

In some places, this reaction comes as a backlash against stronger visibility of sexual and gender diversities but in some other places, there is increased State and social repression even though the levels of activism have not seen any significant change.

This shows that highly visible recent victories, and some severe defeats, on LGBT issues on several fronts  have certainly increased the focus of moral and religious fundamentalist movements on sexual and gender rights. Activists from the sexual and gender minorities movement now have to struggle against increasingly well funded, well organised movements, which are getting much better than before at occupying the ground of values that appeal even to otherwise socially progressive constituencies.

Luckily, international organisations and progressive States are more than ever showing support. Local activists in dozens of countries are supported by Embassies and representations from international organisations.

The United Nations’ Free and Equal campaign has released a special “Why we Fight” music video for the Day. European institutions have held their annual IDAHO Forum, hosted this year by the Danish Government. Unesco is about to open a two-day inter-ministerial meeting on Education sector responses to homophobic and transphobic bullying.
The United Nations have also taken a specific stand this year on the global IDAHOT focus issue on “Mental health and well-being”, as a large alliance of UN experts have issued a joint declaration toend the pathologization of LGBT people,  highlighting the many harmful impacts of human rights violations. In over 30 countries, this issue of Mental health and well-being will be a central part of the IDAHOT discussions.

As we see all the fantastic energy and creativity which the activists deploy around May 17, it is more than ever urgent to increase the capacity and resources of activists to stand their ground and promote positive social change.

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