Sibyle Veil, CEO of Radio France, candidate for a second term
© Vincent Michel / Archives Ouest-France Sibyle Veil in the premises of France Bleue Armorique, in Rennes, February 24, 2022 Photo Vincent Michel / Ouest-France Tuesday, September 6, Sibyle Veil, current CEO of Radio France, announced internally this Tuesday, September 6, being a candidate for his succession.
© Stephane de Sakutin / AFP The Maison du Painter Impressionniste Claude Monet, in Argenteuil (Val d'Oise), September 5, 2022.
The days Heritage takes place from September 16 to 18, 2022. Everywhere in France, monuments, sometimes closed to the public, open their doors for a visit, free or guided. The theme of this year: sustainable heritage.
Art workshops, brownfields, writers' houses ... And you, what are you going to discover this weekend? Monuments open their doors during the European Heritage Days, which take place from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 September 2022. For its 39th edition, the event will honor the sustainable heritage.
Florida ranked No. 1 for "education freedom" — by right-wing group that wants to privatize it all
Heritage Foundation report praises Florida, Arizona for big steps toward deregulating and privatizing schools Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference to discuss Florida's civics education initiative of unbiased history teachings at Crooms Academy of Information Technology in Sanford.
"Heritage has a role to play for a more sober and ecological future", writes the Ministry of Culture. Know-how, traditional practices ... "Heritage actors act today to strengthen the sustainability of it. Heritage is also a non -relocating local job resources and energizes the territories on which it is established.
Thousands of activities in metropolitan France and overseas
below, a map of visits and entertainment planned near you:
in Paris or elsewhere, from the Élysée to the restoration of the Villefranche fortifications- Over-man on the Côte d'Azur, passing through many cities in metropolitan and overseas, the program offers, this year again, a wide range of choice.
The Parisians who arrive in the provinces create important differences in living standards, according to INSEE .
© Emmanuel Dunand / AFP an air view of Paris, in June 2022. The Ile -de -France who, in 2018, migrated Towards the province created large differences in living standards. According to the INSEE study, these migrants from Ile-de-France indeed have income much higher than those of the inhabitants of the sectors where they settle.