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  • Contactez la DIMH | Gouvernement.fr
    du Porte parole L essentiel des ministères Délégué interministériel à la mixité sociale dans l habitat DIMH Organisation Missions Contact Message d erreur Warning mysqli connect Headers and client library minor version mismatch Headers 50544 Library 50619 in fast 404 seo optimisation line 176 of var www gouvernement releases 20160125112425 sites all modules contrib custom fast 404 fast 404 inc Warning mysqli connect Headers and client library minor version mismatch Headers 50544 Library 50619 in fast 404 validate path mysql line 237 of var www gouvernement releases 20160125112425 sites all modules contrib custom fast 404 fast 404 inc Contactez la DIMH Tweeter Partager Envoyer Adresse 35 rue Saint Dominique 75007 Paris Téléphone 01 42 75 71 32 Nom Courreil nom exemple fr Objet Message Les actions à la une Voir l action Pour une égalité d accès au logement Voir l action Le collège 2016 faire réussir tous les élèves Voir toutes les actions Abonnez vous à la lettre d information Le Gouvernement agit pour vous Sauf mention contraire tous les textes de ce site sont sous licence Creative Commons Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Données ouvertes Écrire au premier ministre Contactez nous Lettre d information Mentions légales English PLAN

    Original URL path: http://www.gouvernement.fr/contact/contactez-la-dimh (2016-01-29)
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  • Infographic - Social media for emergency management | Gouvernement.fr
    s text Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Terms Conditions Contact french Version française SITE MAP NEWS Latest news Infographics Reforms agenda COP21 MISE Official Statements Press Office GOVERNMENT ACTION Top Documents Culture Defence Security Economy Foreign Affairs Society Sustainable Development ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT Composition Prime Minister Matignon How Government Works WELCOME TO FRANCE Coming to France Useful Information

    Original URL path: http://www.gouvernement.fr/en/social-media-for-emergency-management (2016-01-29)
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  • Infographic - Act responsibly during the crisis | Gouvernement.fr
    s text Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Terms Conditions Contact french Version française SITE MAP NEWS Latest news Infographics Reforms agenda COP21 MISE Official Statements Press Office GOVERNMENT ACTION Top Documents Culture Defence Security Economy Foreign Affairs Society Sustainable Development ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT Composition Prime Minister Matignon How Government Works WELCOME TO FRANCE Coming to France Useful Information

    Original URL path: http://www.gouvernement.fr/en/act-responsibly-during-the-crisis (2016-01-29)
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  • Infographic - Be responsible and back up the actions of the State to help victims | Gouvernement.fr
    help victims in infographic Tweet Share Send Infographic s text Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Terms Conditions Contact french Version française SITE MAP NEWS Latest news Infographics Reforms agenda COP21 MISE Official Statements Press Office GOVERNMENT ACTION Top Documents Culture Defence Security Economy Foreign Affairs Society Sustainable Development ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT Composition Prime Minister Matignon How Government Works

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  • How to react in the event of a terrorist attack: escape | Gouvernement.fr
    prepare and protect citizens in the face of the terrorist threat Tweet Share Send View the whole infographic Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Terms Conditions Contact french Version française SITE MAP NEWS Latest news Infographics Reforms agenda COP21 MISE Official Statements Press Office GOVERNMENT ACTION Top Documents Culture Defence Security Economy Foreign Affairs Society Sustainable Development ABOUT THE

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  • How to react in the event of a terrorist attack? | Gouvernement.fr
    forces 1 Escape 2 Hide Locate the danger in order to move away from it Lock yourself in and barricade the entrance Help others to escape if possible Do not expose yourself Turn off the lights and mute the sound on your devices Alert the people around you and discourage people from entering the danger zone Move away from windows lower yourself to the ground Or hide behind a solid obstacle wall pillar etc In any case turn off your phone s ringtone and vibrate mode 3 Alert and obey the orders of the security forces 17 or 112 As soon as you are safe dial 17 or 112 Do not run towards the security forces and do not make any sudden movements Keep your hands up and open Vigilance If you witness a situation or any behaviour you consider suspicious you should contact the security forces 17 or 112 When you enter a venue locate the emergency exits Do not publish any information on the security forces operations Do not circulate rumours or any unverified information on the Internet and social networks Follow the Place Beauvau and gouvernementfr accounts on social networks For more information www gouvernement fr en

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  • French Tech at CES 2016 | Gouvernement.fr
    behind the United States Start ups in Eureka Park United States 193 France 128 Israel 17 England 14 Germany 10 How can I participate in CES 3 possibilities On your own by reserving a stand with the CEA Consumer Electronic Association the American association that organises CES With a public delegation Business France or private delegation Mission CES Innocherche International Boost Melcion Chassagne Hub Institute Livosphère Geektrip etc or delegation by your region Hosted at a major group s stand La Poste Engie ST Microelectronics Technicolor Dassault System Allianz etc Breakdown of French businesses by sector audio 6 automotive 2 biometrics 1 computing 6 content diffusion 2 energy management 3 fitness and sport 5 video games 3 health and biotechnology 8 Internet services 9 robotics 2 security privacy 5 sensors 6 smart homes 14 telecommunications 3 video image 8 smart clothing 5 wireless devices and services 13 Already 19 awards at CES Unveiled New York Census conducted by Mission French Tech based on the CEA listings and its call for expression of interest in the ecosystem Area dedicated to start ups Back to infographic Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux

    Original URL path: http://www.gouvernement.fr/en/french-tech-at-ces-2016-0 (2016-01-29)
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  • COP21 - Paris Climate Agreement | Gouvernement.fr
    step up their reduction efforts depending on their circumstances It will take effect once the 55 countries accounting for at least 55 of global greenhouse gas emissions have submitted their ratification instruments It will enable an upper limit on greenhouse gas emissions to be set as soon as possible 2018 First meeting to assess the progress towards attainment of objectives 2020 Review of France s national commitments At least USD 100 000 per year will be deployed to assist developing countries to fight against and prepare for climate change 2023 First assessment of the Paris Agreement It will be reviewed every 5 years 2025 New national contributions to greenhouse gas reductions New numerical commitments for assisting the poorest countries 2 nd half of the century Rapid reduction of greenhouse gas emissions End of the century Maintain global warming below 2 C Goal strive to limit temperature increase to 1 5 C Back to infographic Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website are under Creative Commons licence Twitter Facebook Tumblr Flux rss Terms Conditions Contact french Version française SITE MAP NEWS Latest news Infographics Reforms agenda COP21 MISE Official Statements Press Office GOVERNMENT ACTION Top Documents Culture Defence Security Economy Foreign

    Original URL path: http://www.gouvernement.fr/en/paris-climate-agreement-0 (2016-01-29)
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