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lundi 25 septembre 2017

Orange Day on Monday, September 25th 2017 - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls! Violence against Older women

Orange Day on Monday, September 25th 2017 - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls! Violence against Older women

Wear Orange by walking and running

to support the fight Violence Against Women and girls


Save the date and the place to be “Orange Day - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls ” on Monday, 25th 2017;) Supported by  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur : mobile.superprofesseur.com, https://www.superprofesseur.fr, Ronning Against Cancer. mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Ronning Against Cancer





Hi dearest readers ;)

Today is Orange Day.
Take action to Orange your day on Monday, September 25th 2017 !!!
This Orange Day, 25 September 2017, the UNiTE Campaign focuses on  Violence against Older women.

For this Orange Day, 25 September 2017, the UNiTE Campaign has teamed up with AARP to put a spotlight on the issue of Violence against Older Women, recognizing that women remain at risk for violence throughout their lives.

Physical, sexual and psychological violence, financial exploitation, neglect and other forms of violence against older women are widespread yet mostly hidden. It occurs in multiple, oftenintersecting forms by varying perpetrators, including intimate partners or spouses, family members, caregivers (both in and outside of institutional settings), or members of their community. 1

Older women face a greater risk of physical and psychological abuse than older men due to discriminatory societal attitudes and the non-realization of the human rights of women. Despite policies and programmes adopted by many countries at the national level, reports of incidents of violence against older women have grown at an alarming rate.2 Some harmful traditional and customary practices, such as the denial of land inheritance rights to widows 3, result in abuse and violence directed at older women, often exacerbated by poverty and lack of access to legal protection. 4 Recent findings5 draw specific attention to incidents of violence and murder of older women following accusations of witchcraft acts embedded in customs and social structures that render older women as targets of their own families and communities. In many countries, institutions established to provide care for older women and men are not managed properly and low standards of care go unchecked. 6

A major challenge in addressing violence against older women is the lack of reliable, comprehensive data, particularly in vulnerable settings, such as conflict areas or disaster zones, or from marginalized populations, such as immigrant and refugee older women, older women with disabilities, indigenous older women, LBT older women, and others. One of the few prevalence studies to focus on violence and abuse against older women was conducted in five European Union countries. Results of this study showed that 28% of older women reported experiencing some form of abuse in the previous year (neglect, emotional, financial, physical, sexual, and/or “violation of rights”). Emotional abuse was the highest-reported category, with 24% reporting this type of abuse in the home in the previous 12 months. 7

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its commitment to leave no one behind holds promise for greater inclusion of older women. However, this can only be achieved through extending data collection on women subjected to physical and/or sexual violence from the upper age limit of 49 years, which stems from a traditional focus on women in reproductive age, to the age 50 and beyond. Regardless of their age, all women are entitled to a life free from violence and its consequences. Any measure taken to achieve Goal 5 and eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls must include older women—this means including older women in prevention, response, and data collection efforts to monitor prevalence and progress on relevant Goal 5 targets and indicators.





Ronning Against Cancer and The Adventures of Ronald Tintin
take action to Orange Day

Super Professeur, The Adventyres of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer take action to “Orange Day” by wearing the orange T-shirt during a great long walking on Monday, September 25th 2017!!!

Great motivation with wellness to support the fight to stop violence against women and girls.

Have a nice Autumn day on Monday, August 25th 2017 ! J


What is Orange Day ?

The UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign, managed by UN Women, has proclaimed every 25th of the month as “Orange Day” – a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls.
Initiated and led by the UNiTE campaign Global Youth Network, Orange Day calls upon activists, governments and UN partners to mobilize people and highlight issues relevant to preventing and ending violence against women and girls, not only once a year, on 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women), but every month.

Take action to this Orange Day
*   Policymakers & practitioners, take a look at this policy brief by UNDP: Leave No One Behind: Ageing, Gender, and the SDGs. It provides guidance on what can be done to integrate both a gender and ageing lens in policy and programming to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including greater attention to older women survivors of gender-based violence.
*   Civil society organizations working with women and girls, particularly on gender-based violence, can commit to increasing the visibility of older survivors by using age-inclusive language in materials and programming, as well as featuring images of older women in public-facing products. For example, framing gender-based violence as a rights violation that occurs “across the lifespan/life cycle” or calling for the empowerment of women and girls “of all ages.”
*   Organize an awareness-raising event or activity in your community center to spark a conversation on elder abuse, and late-life intimate partner and sexual violence. This toolkit provides useful tips and resources to support you in organizing your event!
*              Co-sponsor a lecture, debate, or presentation on ways to prevent abuse and neglect in later life in a retirement home in your local community.

*   This year’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence are coming up. Join us in oranging the world and start planning our activity ideas. Visit our website for more information on how to get involved in the Orange the World campaign.





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Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project “Ronning Against Cancer” to support the fight against cancer and raise funds for the research : “Together, we can get rid of cancer”.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! 
 
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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








mardi 29 août 2017

Cours de Sciences de gestion BAC STMG 2018 - Programme et cours sur www.SuperProfessseur.com , www.SuperProfesseur.fr © Ronald Tintin, Ronning Against Cancer

Cours de Sciences de gestion  BAC STMG 2018 sur www.SuperProfesseur.com by Ronald Tintin


Cours de Sciences de gestion (STMG, BTS, DUT tertiaire, Licence de gestion, Ecoles supérieures de Commerce et de Management, Master, chef d’Entreprise, Entrepreneur, gestion des administrations, gestion des associations, Formation professionnelle...) avec www.SuperProfesseur.com, www.SuperProfesseur.fr  et l’application mobile de Super Professeur : mobile.superprofesseur.com , mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz © Ronald Tintin, Ronning Against Cancer






Thème 1 - De l'individu à l'acteur

Thème 2 : Information et intelligence collective
Thème 3 : Gestion et création de valeur
Thème 4 : Évaluation et performance
Thème 5 : Temps et risque







Super Professeur, cours et formation professionnelle pour le management et la gestion




Bonne préparation et réussite ! 

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vendredi 25 août 2017

Orange Day - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls on Friday, August 25th 2017 ! Violence against women in humanitarian crises

Orange Day - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls on Friday, August 25th 2017 ! Violence against women in humanitarian crises

Wear Orange by walking and running

to support the fight Violence Against Women and girls


Save the date and the place to be “Orange Day - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls ” on Friday, August 25th 2017;) Supported by  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur : mobile.superprofesseur.com, https://www.superprofesseur.fr, Ronning Against Cancer. mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Ronning Against Cancer





Hi dearest readers ;)

Today is Orange Day.
Take action to Orange your day on Friday, August 25th 2017 !!!
This Orange Day, 25 Augusr 2017, the UNiTE Campaign focuses on  Violence against women in humanitarian crises.




Ronning Against Cancer and The Adventures of Ronald Tintin
take action to Orange Day

Super Professeur, The Adventyres of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer take action to “Orange Day” by wearing the orange T-shirt during a great long walking on Friday, August 25th 2017!!!

Great motivation with wellness to support the fight to stop violence against women and girls.

Have a nice summer day on Friday, August 25th 2017 ! J


What is Orange Day ?
The UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign, managed by UN Women, has proclaimed every 25th of the month as “Orange Day” – a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls.
Initiated and led by the UNiTE campaign Global Youth Network, Orange Day calls upon activists, governments and UN partners to mobilize people and highlight issues relevant to preventing and ending violence against women and girls, not only once a year, on 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women), but every month.

Take action to this Orange Day
*   Organize an Orange Charity 5K Run, a Zumba-thon or a charity soccer game. Partner with your local sports club and request pledges based on distance and time!
*   Volunteer your skills! Reach out to a local organization in your community that addresses the issue of violence against women and girls affected by crisis, or check out online opportunities offered by many organizations, such as the International Red Cross or catchafire.org, to support their work in the field.
*   Help us raise awareness about the specific needs of women and girls in humanitarian crises. Share our sample social media messages and write or tweet your country’s leader and ask them to commit to humanitarian action that includes women and girls!

Useful resources
*   This free online course by UN Women provides guidance on the fundamentals of applying gender equality in humanitarian programming and response, including: in camp management and coordination, education, food security, gender-based violence,
*   UNFPA has recently launched an updated version of its free online course on "Managing Gender-Based Violence Programmes in Emergencies." The course targets new or emerging gender-based violence (GBV) specialists, humanitarian or development practitioners, and anyone who wants to increase their knowledge around GBV prevention and response in emergencies.


Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project “Ronning Against Cancer” to support the fight against cancer and raise funds for the research : “Together, we can get rid of cancer”.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! 
 
Connect with us :

 

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










mardi 1 août 2017

How do you train for your first ultra marathon? New Story of “The Adventures of Ronald Tintin” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017

How do you train for your first ultra marathon? New Story of  “The Adventures of Ronald Tintin” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017 (Pink October)





Hi dearest readers ;)

Travel, Fitness, Hiking; Walking and Run with The Adventures Of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima , Super Professeur rand Ronning Against Cancer to support :Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2017 (Pink October 2017).

Coming soon...

Our new story about :

How do you train for your first ultra marathon (longer than the classic marathon distance of 26.2 miles)? New Story of The Adventures of Ronald Tintin for Breast Cancer Awareness (Pink October 2017)”

An ultra marathon, also called ultra distance or ultra running, is any footrace longer than the traditional marathon length of 42.195 kilometres (26.219 mi).





Sunday, July 23rd 2017 –  3rd  long run and walk
The most important #1 – “Become an expert in listening to your own body.’
Nice long run and walk (number 3) on Sunday 23rd July 2017 ;)
Time : around 2h30
Workout : 24 x (4’30’’ run / 1’30’’ walk)
Have a great Sunfay 23rd July 2017 !  ;)


Thursday, July 27th 2017 –  4th long run and walk
The most important #1 – “Become an expert in listening to your own body.’

Become an expert in listening to your own body.
Nice long run and walk (number 4) on Thursday 27th July 2017 ;)
Time : around 2h15
Workout : 22 x (4’30’’ run / 1’30’’ walk)
Have a great Thursday 27th July 2017 ! ;)

Sunday, July 30th 2017 –  5th  long run and walk (D day- 69)
The most important #1 – “Become an expert in listening to your own body.’
Nice long run and walk (number 5) on Sunday 30th July 2017 ;)
Time : around 2h50
Workout : 28 x (4’30’’ run / 1’30’’ walk)
Have a great Sunfay 30th July 2017 !  class=img role=presentation v:shapes="_x0000_i1032">;)



Save the Date : Saturday 7th  and Sunday 8th October 2017
24 heures du Quai du Cher / 24 heures Vierzon 2017 (8th edition) – Championnats de France des 24 heures 2017”  in France.

Ronald Tintin,Writer and Ultra Marathon Runner,

Founder of Super Professeur (Super Teacherto provide online education

and the project "Ronning Against Cancer" to support the fight against cancer !

 “ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

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mardi 25 juillet 2017

« Orange Day » - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls on Tuesday, July 25th 2017 ! Cyber Violence against Girls

« Orange Day » - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls on Tuesday, July 25th 2017 ! Cyber Violence against Girls

Wear Orange by walking and running

to support the fight Violence Against Women and girls


Save the date and the place to be “Orange Day - a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls ” on Tuesday, July 25th 2017;) Supported by  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur : mobile.superprofesseur.com, https://www.superprofesseur.fr, Ronning Against Cancer. mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Ronning Against Cancer







Hi dearest readers ;)

Today is Orange Day.
Take action to Orange your day on Tuesday, July 25th 2017 !!!
This Orange Day, 25 July 2017, the UNiTE Campaign focuses on  Cyber Violence against Girls.


Girls and boys, including adolescents, are increasingly spending more time online and start using the Internet at younger ages than ever before 1. Although girls’ and boys’ access to information and communication technologies (ICTs) remains dominant in high-income countries, the rapid expansion of affordable, accessible Internet through mobile technologies in low- and middle-income countries is bringing more children to the Internet worldwide.

ICTs bring tremendous benefits to children, providing access to information, education, entertainment and social networks that broaden their horizons and stimulate their creativity. However, at the same time they can reinforce inequities among children and lead to harmful consequences and risks to their safety, personal development and well-being.


Although children have long been exposed to violence and exploitation, ICTs have changed the scale, form, impact and opportunity for the abuse of children everywhere. While both girls and boys are vulnerable to the different risks and harms related to the misuse of ICTs, girls have been disproportionately victimized in sexual abuse and exploitation through the production and distribution of child sexual abuse materials. In 2013, 81 per cent of child sexual abuse materials depicted girls. 2.
Girls are also particularly vulnerable to being groomed online for sexual encounters and sometimes exploited through live streaming of their sexual abuse. Many children are experiencing widespread victimization through online bullying, harassment, and intimidation, where girls are particularly targeted due to gender norms and power dynamics. Gender discrimination, lack of confidence, difficulty with language, poverty, and cultural factors can adversely affect girls and lead to their heightened vulnerability to these crimes and victimization.

SDG 5 on Gender Equality places women’s access to technological empowerment as one of the core indicators for progress. To achieve this goal, we must make sure that the internet will be a safe and more secure place that allows all women and girls to fulfil their potential as valued members of society and live a life free from violence.




Ronning Against Cancer and The Adventures of Ronald Tintin
take action to Orange Day

Super Professeur, The Adventyres of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer take action to “Orange Day” by wearing the orange T-shirt during a great long walking on Tuesday, July 25th 2017!!!

Great motivation with wellness to support the fight to stop violence against women and girls.

Have a nice summer day on Tuesday, July 25th 2017 ! J


What is Orange Day ?

The UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign, managed by UN Women, has proclaimed every 25th of the month as “Orange Day” – a day to take action to raise awareness and prevent violence against women and girls.
Initiated and led by the UNiTE campaign Global Youth Network, Orange Day calls upon activists, governments and UN partners to mobilize people and highlight issues relevant to preventing and ending violence against women and girls, not only once a year, on 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women), but every month.




To know more about Orange Day :



Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project “Ronning Against Cancer” to support the fight against cancer and raise funds for the research : “Together, we can get rid of cancer”.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ! 
 
Connect with us :

 

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







lundi 24 juillet 2017

Global Partnership for Education (GPE) - The only global fund solely dedicated to education in developing countries

Global Partnership for Education (GPE) - The only global fund solely dedicated to education in developing countries
The Global Partnership for Education is the only global fund solely dedicated to education in developing countries. Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur : mobile.superprofesseur.com, https://www.superprofesseur.fr, Ronning Against Cancer. mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Ronning Against Cancer




The Global Partnership for Education is the only global fund solely dedicated to education in developing countries.
The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is a multi-stakeholder partnership and funding platform that galvanizes global and national support for education in developing countries, focusing on the poorest and most vulnerable children and youth. It is the only global partnership entirely focused on education in developing countries. Almost 50% of GPE’s funding supports countries affected by fragility and conflict.
Established in 2002, GPE brings together 60+ developing country governments, 20+ donors, international organizations, civil society, teacher organizations, the private sector and philanthropy to improve the lives of children and youth through quality education for all. Since 2003, GPE has allocated more than US$4.6 billion to partner developing countries to strengthen education systems — improving access to schools, the quality of education, equity in learning and data collection.
GPE 2020, the partnership’s strategic plan for 2016–2020, aligns GPE’s vision and mission to the Global Goal for education. Progress is tracked and measured in a comprehensive results framework, holding all GPE partners to account.

What we do

We build stronger education systems
GPE supports developing country governments to develop good quality education sector plans. Governments take the lead in planning and are accountable for delivery; GPE enables needs analysis, works to strengthen technical capacity, and brings in the talent and resources of all partners.
We support countries with the greatest needs, and the children and youth most often left behind
GPE supports nations with high numbers of out-of-school children and weak school completion rates. Also, GPE focuses on reaching the children that are most marginalized and vulnerable including girls, children with disabilities, and those who live in countries that are characterized by extreme poverty and/or conflict. Almost 50% of GPE funds go to countries affected by fragility and conflict.
We mobilize more financing for education
GPE mobilizes financing from public and private sources around the world and encourages developing country partners to provide sufficient domestic financing for basic education. In the last 10 years, GPE directly invested more than US$4.7 billion in education in developing countries. Also, GPE grants strengthen education systems to improve equity, quality, and learning, with 30% paid only if specific targets are reached.
We bridge the gap between crisis and development
When countries become unstable, GPE can adapt its approach and allow more flexibility and a faster response to address urgent needs. We aim to have education services restored as quickly as possible while laying the foundation to meet longer-term educational goals.
We share knowledge of what works
GPE enables developing countries to address common education challenges through learning from each other, strengthening technical capacity, and accessing the best technical expertise.



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