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mardi 26 décembre 2017

Boxing Day – The Day after Christmas Day. Day 2 (26th December) of the 12 Days of Christmas : St Stephen’s Day. by Ronald Tintin

Boxing Day – The Day after Christmas Day. Day 2 (26th December) of the 12 Days of Christmas : St Stephen’s Day

Save the date and the place to be “The 12 Days of Christmas – From Christmas Day (25th December) to Twelfth Night (5th January)”.Supported by Les Aventures de  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com and Ronning AgainstCancer.


The 12 Days of Christmas – From Christmas Day (25th December) to Twelfth Night (5th January).

Merry Christmas to you and A Happy New Year 2018 !!! From Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer










The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their 'true love'. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January - also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

The 12 Days each traditionally celebrate a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations:


Day 2 (26th December also known as Boxing Day): St Stephen’s Day. He was the first Christian martyr (someone who dies for their faith). It's also the day when the Christmas Carol 'Good King Wenceslas' takes place.

Boxing Day takes place on December 26th and is only celebrated in a few countries; mainly ones historically connected to the UK (such as Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand) and in many European countries. In Germany it is known as "Zweite Feiertag” (which means 'second celebration') and also “Zweiter Weihnachtsfeiertag” which translates as Boxing Day (although it doesn’t literally mean that)!

It was started in the UK about 800 years ago, during the Middle Ages. It was the day when the alms box, collection boxes for the poor often kept in churches, were traditionally opened so that the contents could be distributed to poor people. Some churches still open these boxes on Boxing Day.

It might have been the Romans that first brought this type of collecting box to the UK, but they used them to collect money for the betting games which they played during their winter celebrations!

In Holland, some collection boxes were made out of a rough pottery called 'earthenware' and were shaped like pigs. Perhaps this is where we get the term 'Piggy Bank'!
It was also traditional that servants got the day off to celebrate Christmas with their families on Boxing Day. Before World War II, it was common for working people (such as milkmen and butchers) to travel round their delivery places and collect their Christmas box or tip. This tradition has now mostly stopped and any Christmas tips, given to people such as postal workers and newspaper delivery children, are not normally given or collected on Boxing Day.

Boxing Day has now become another public holiday in countries such as the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It is also the traditional day that Pantomimes started to play.

There are also often sports played on Boxing Day in the UK, especially horse racing and football matches! It's also when shops traditionally had big sales after Christmas in the UK (like Black Friday in the USA).

The 26th December is also St. Stephen's Day. Just to confuse things, there are two St. Stephens in history! The first St. Stephen is believed to have been a very early follower of Jesus and he is said to have been the first Christian Martyr (a person who dies for their religious beliefs). The Bible says that Stephen (who was a Jew) was stoned to death by some other Jews (who didn't believe in Jesus).

The second St. Stephen was a Missionary, in Sweden, in the 800s. He loved all animals but particularly horses (perhaps why there is traditionally horse racing on boxing day). He was also a martyr and was killed by pagans in Sweden. In Germany there was a tradition that horses would be ridden around the inside of the church during the St. Stephen's Day service!

St. Stephen's Day (or 'the feast of Stephen') is when the Carol 'Good King Wenceslas' is set. It's about helping the poor - so it has a strong connection to Boxing Day.


MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU !!! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer, Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima








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lundi 25 décembre 2017

Merry Christmas to you! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer. Christmas Day, 25th of December -True meaning of Christmas.

Christmas Day, 25th of December -True meaning of Christmas. Merry Christmas to you! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer

 

 “The 12 Days of Christmas – From Christmas Day (25th December) to Twelfth Night (5th January)”.Supported by Les Aventures de  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com and Ronning AgainstCancer.


 




Christmas – True meaning of Christmas (Christ-Mass), Xmas

Christmas is both a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon.
Christmas is celebrated to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God.
The name 'Christmas' comes from the Mass of Christ .

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU !!! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Le Journal Intime de Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer















Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project Ronning Against Cancer
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - Let’s support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and raise funds! Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marina Nival , mobile.superprofesseur.com and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin





samedi 25 novembre 2017

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, from 25 November 2017, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day. “Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls”

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, from 25 November 2017, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day. “Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls”

Save the date and the place to be “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day”.Supported by Ronald Tintin, mobile.superprofesseur.com, Marina Nival and Ronning Against Cancer.


From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world. The international campaign originated from the first Women's Global Leadership Institute coordinated by the Center for Women's Global Leadership in 1991.




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This year, the UNiTE Campaign will mark the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence under the overarching theme, “Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls”— reflecting the core principle of the transformative 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

“Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls” reinforces the UNiTE Campaign’s commitment to a world free from violence for all women and girls around the world, while reaching the most underserved and marginalized, including refugees, migrants, minorities, indigenous peoples, and populations affected by conflict and natural disasters, amongst others, first.

As in previous years, the colour orange will be a key theme unifying all activities, and buildings and landmarks will be lit and decorated in orange to bring global attention to the issue of violence against women and girls.


Join us!

Share your photos, messages and videos showing how you orange the world at facebook.com/SayNO.UNiTE and twitter.com/SayNO_UNiTE using #orangetheworld and #16days.

The United Nations Official Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women will take place on 22 November from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. For more information, see the invitation. 

 

 

KEY ACTIVITIES


In line with the 2017 global umbrella theme “Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls”, throughout the 16 day-long period reaching from 25 November to 10 December, a series of Orange Spotlight Days, will focus on the far-reaching consequences of violence against women and girls within some of the most marginalized and underserved groups.

Orange Spotlight Days
22 November
2017
The Official UN Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

25 November
27 November
Spotlight on Violence against Indigenous Women and Girls
29 November
Spotlight on Women Human Rights Defenders
International Women Human Rights Defenders Day
3 December
Spotlight on Violence against Women with Disabilities
International Day Persons with Disabilities
7 December
Spotlight on Violence against Women in Rural Communities
10 December
International Human Rights Day



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Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project “Ronning Against Cancer” and Super Professeur support 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign






mercredi 15 novembre 2017

Salon européen de l’éducation 2017 - Le salon européen de l’éducation construit l’avenir numérique du mercredi 17 au dimanche 19 novembre à Paris expo Porte de Versailles


Salon européen de l’éducation 2017 - Le salon européen de l’éducation construit l’avenir numérique du mercredi 15 au dimanche 19 novembre à Paris expo Porte de Versailles

Save the date and the place to be “ Salon européen de l’éducation 2017 - Le salon européen de l’éducation construit l’avenir numérique du mercredi 15 au dimanche 19 novembre à Paris, Porte de Versailles” in France from November 15th 2016 to November 19th 2016. Supported by Ronald Tintin, Marina Nival, Super Professeur, mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com and Ronning AgainstCancer.

 

Depuis 19 ans, la Ligue de l’enseignement anime un écosystème français incontournable au sein du Salon européen de l’éducation. Regroupant le Salon professionnel de l’éducation et le Salon de l’orientation des jeunes, cet événement entièrement gratuit constitue le rendez-vous annuel de toute la communauté éducative.
La 19ème édition du Salon européen de l’éducation se déroulera à Paris expo Porte de Versailles du mercredi 15 au dimanche 19 novembre prochains.

4 salons en 1 : un lieu privilégié d’échanges pour toute une profession et une jeune génération


Du mercredi 15 au  vendredi 17 novembre,  Educatec-Educatice proposera aux enseignants et professionnels de l’éducation un espace d’échanges d’expériences et de réflexions sur les enjeux éducatifs, les besoins nouveaux des professeurs, des enfants, mais aussi des parents, ainsi qu’une vitrine des dernières tendances et innovations technologiques appliquées à l’enseignement.
Du vendredi 17 au dimanche 19 novembre, le Salon de l’Etudiant mettra en scène plusieurs secteurs autour de quelque six cents exposants pour permettre aux lycéens et à leurs familles de bien s’informer sur toutes les spécialités de l’enseignement supérieur et leurs différentes filières.
l’Aventure des Métiers, conçue comme un ensemble de villages thématiques, constituera un espace d’information original et pédagogique dans lequel des centaines de professionnels de tous horizons présenteront aux jeunes la richesse de leurs secteurs d’activité.
Enfin, le Salon de l’ONISEP conviera les élèves à préciser leurs choix professionnels en leur permettant de découvrir une diversité de formations et de métiers.

Au cœur de la première Semaine de l’éducation,
le Salon européen construit l’avenir numérique

En 2017, les grands rendez-vous Educatec-Educatice/Ligue de l'enseignement invitent à échanger autour de trois grands défis éducatifs.
Le Salon européen de l’éducation s’inscrira donc désormais dans une Semaine de l’Éducation, la Paris Education Week, un nouveau rendez-vous à dimension internationale articulant plusieurs temps forts autour d’une thématique unique : construire l’avenir numérique.

Téléchargez le dossier de présentation du Salon   


 Organisé par la Ligue de l’enseignement et soutenu par le Ministère de l’Education nationale, de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, la Mairie de Paris et la Région Île-de-France, le Salon bénéficie également de l’appui de grandes entreprises de l’économie sociale et solidaire partenaires de l’École, du monde académique et des médias spécialisés.
Ronald Tintin, Fondateur de www.SuperProProfesseur.com
Le site SuperProfesseur est un site spécialisé dans le soutien scolaire, le coaching, les cours particuliers sur mesure et de la formation professionnelle en ligne

www.superprofesseur.fr







jeudi 9 novembre 2017

Les Bacchantes, la course solidaire à moustache contre le cancer de la prostate. Une course pas sérieuse pour une cause sérieuse ! Samedi 11 novembre 2017 Les Bacchantes Paris et Les Bacchantes Toulouse. Dimanche 12 novembre 2017 Les Bacchantes Reims

Les Bacchantes, la course solidaire à moustache contre le cancer de la prostate. Une course pas sérieuse pour une cause sérieuse ! Samedi 11 novembre 2017 Les Bacchantes Paris et Les Bacchantes Toulouse. Dimanche 12 novembre 2017 Les Bacchantes Reims

Save the date and the place to be in Paris “Les bacchantes 2017” . 6th edition on Saturday, November 11th 2017 ;) Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Marina Nival, mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com and the project Ronning AgainstCancer.in Movember 2017


Très chères lectrices et lecteurs ;)

Le samedi 11 novembre 2017,"Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin , Le Journal Intime de Sublima » vont vous faire visiter le bois de Boulogne et Paris, le temps de la course « Les Bacchantes Paris » sous les couleurs les couleurs de l’institut Curie au profit de la lutte contre les maladies de la prostate du le cadre de l’opération Movember 2017 pendant tout le mois de novembre pour la santé masculine.

UNE COURSE PAS SÉRIEUSE …

Afin de collecter des fonds au profit de la recherche contre les maladies de la prostate, l’association les Bacchantes organise chaque mois de Novembre depuis 2012, des courses pas sérieuses pour une cause sérieuse !
Sur un parcours de 8 km ouvert aux filles et aux garçons (à partir de 16 ans), entre amis, collègues ou en famille, vivez une course pas comme les autres.
Outre la convivialité et le don de soi, tous les participants sont soumis à un dress code : le port de la moustache… naturelle, fausse, collée ou dessinée.

…POUR UNE CAUSE SÉRIEUSE

PLUS QU’UNE COURSE, UN ENGAGEMENT SOLIDAIRE
Pour chaque inscription, 10 euros sont reversés à la recherche contre les maladies de la prostate. Depuis 2012, année du premier événement running dédié à cette cause132.040 euros ont été reversés à la recherche.
Nous comptons sur vous et vous donnons rendez-vous SAMEDI 11 NOVEMBRE (Toulouse, Paris) et DIMANCHE 12 NOVEMBRE (Reims) pour grossir les rangs des participants, augmenter la collecte, et combattre la tumeur dans la bonne humeur !

Moustachement vôtre,
L’équipe des Bacchantes.


Pour avoir plus d’informations et vous inscrire :


Ronald Tintin, l’Ecrivain et Marathonien, Fondateur du projet Ronning Against Cancer pour soutenir la lutte contre le cancer et collecter de l’argent pour la cause.
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

MOVEMBER 2017 : “Change the face of men’s health” by the act of cultivating a moustache throughout the month of November 2017 to raise money for charity.

Let’s support the Fight Against Prostate Cancer and Testicular Cancer . Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marina Nival , mobile.superprofesseur.com and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin







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