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  • COP21 - Paris Climate Conference 2015 | Gouvernement.fr
    of greater transparency a collective statement of the progress made will be produced every five years to encourage a collective reaction if insufficient effort is made to achieve the set objectives It plans for the 100 billion dollars a year set aside by 2020 to serve as a lower limit for the years to follow and for a new quantified objective to be set by 2025 at the latest Laurent Fabius explained It therefore provides the most vulnerable of countries and developing countries with the resources they have been promised François Hollande added Read the text on the UNFCCC website COP21 France s national commitments When it comes to combating climate change the commitments France makes internationally find tangible expression at the national l Read more 1 December 2015 the Paris Climate Conference The major world leaders confirmed their attendance for the opening of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference on 30 November including Barack Obama from the United States Xi Jinping from China Narendra Modi from India and Vladimir Putin from Russia see exceptional measures concerning road use Over 150 Heads of State and Government attended the conference at Le Bourget Major speeches and statements November 30 2015 Opening speech by M François Hollande President of the Republic Speech by M Laurent Fabius President of the Paris Climate Conference at the meeting of Heads of State and Government Investiture speech by M Laurent Fabius President of the Paris Climate Conference December 1 2015 The Climate challenge and African Solutions summit Communiqué issued by the Presidency of the Republic Communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy Launch of the International Solar Alliance Communiqué Presidency of the Republic Global Geothermal Alliance Communiqué Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy Carbon pricing Communiqué Presidency of the Republic December 3 2015 Focus day on buildings Communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy Focus day on transports Communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy December 5 2015 Speech by M François Hollande President of the Republic at the conclusion of the Action Day December 7 2015 Launch of the global geothermal alliance with Iceland Kenya and the IRENA communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy Solutions for Climate Agreement for green growth with the governors of California Washington state and Vermont communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy Statements by M Laurent Fabius President of the Paris Climate Conference at his joint press briefing with the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC excerpts December 8 2015 Bill on biodiversity nature and lanscape restoration communiqué issued by the Ministry of Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy December 9 2015 Statement by M Laurent Fabius President of the Paris Climate Conference Meeting of the Paris Committee 3 00 p m December 10 2015 Statement by M Laurent Fabius with M Ban Ki moon Secretary general of the United Nations December 12 2015 Speech by M Laurent Fabius plenary session

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  • Major international sporting events in France: the art of the sports meet | Gouvernement.fr
    world after the Olympic Games and the Football World Cup Euro 2016 is certainly a big deal All Government departments are working to ensure that the event is a success Security measures with a view to EURO 2016 The success of EURO 2016 a major popular event depends first and foremost upon the absence of any security incidents during the Read more 25 November 2015 The Government has set itself the following four key priorities for organising the event ensuring a very high standard of organisation making Euro 2016 an event for the people one that everyone everywhere can enjoy building on Euro 2016 to boost France s growth and appeal promoting sporting values through the medium of Euro 2016 In order to meet these priorities the interministerial action plan on football for Euro 2016 PIAF outlines a roadmap for the Government as a whole France must live up to its reputation for transport safety and security eco management and public information However the success of this event depends primarily on the ability to share it with the population as a whole beyond the ten host sites notably by focusing actions on people that have least contact with sport and in areas that do not directly host any form of competition or any teams Euro 2016 will be a celebratory event that will also provide an opportunity to showcase the educational aspect of playing sport and the values of solidarity and fighting discrimination With this in mind the event will involve young people in particular notably by means of civic service missions Tous Prêts All Aboard for Euro 2016 and tickets to make sure no one is left out So that initiatives designed to promote Euro 2016 adopt a sustainable educational and civic approach involving as many people as possible in conveying the values of enjoyment respect commitment tolerance and solidarity the Government has developed the Tous Prêts programme in conjunction with the French Football Federation Since 1 July 2015 and until 1 March 2016 promotional initiatives meeting the criteria of the programme may obtain the Tous Prêts label receive a communications kit and potentially benefit from financial support This programme will be deployed across all départements in both mainland France and the overseas territories The best initiatives will also be rewarded with free tickets to attend matches The Government has purchased 20 000 tickets for this purpose Boosting France s growth and appeal 35 billion That s the annual turnover of the MISE market Hosting MISE provides a valuable opportunity to boost economic activity and create jobs Today the skill and expertise of French companies are renowned throughout all segments of the sports industry from sporting equipment and facilities to infrastructure management not to mention events organisation and even architecture construction and civil engineering energy transport security and the digital economy among others The global MISE market is worth nearly 50 billion annually With a turnover of 35 billion a year the French sports market provides nearly 60 000

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  • Official Statements | Gouvernement.fr
    Official speeches and statements from France Diplomatie website Official foreign policy statements and texts are posted daily Most are translated by the press departments of French embassies While the aim is to provide you with the latest bulletins of texts and statements you can click on the relevant dates to see the previous thirty To access earlier French foreign policy statements since 1966 or search for specific topics click on database of French foreign policy statements Latest news oN French foreign policy Information from France Diplomatie website Latest news oN Defence issues Information from Defence Portal France resolutely acts within the scope of its international commitments and intends to be a determined contributor to international security Key Documents You may also be interested in French Public policies key documents for Europe Foreign Affairs and Development French Public policies key documents for Defence and Security 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

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  • Press Office | Gouvernement.fr
    to both regulatory texts governing the profession and immigration laws Journalists wishing to obtain accreditation must go the accreditation office and present several documents French embassy in Washington website Accreditation office 1 rue Esnault Pelterie 75007 Paris Métro Invalides Telephone 33 0 1 43 17 42 39 miguel angel flores diplomatie gouv fr Switchboard 33 0 1 43 17 53 53 Latest news Unless otherwise indicated texts of this website

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  • The French digital bill | Gouvernement.fr
    will be responsible for ensuring that this principle is observed In concrete terms they may not propose slower Internet to certain customers and a faster connection to others 2 Data portability The Digital Bill establishes data portability Email providers will henceforth be required to allow the migration of a user s emails and contact lists when they decide to change service providers 3 Right to maintain the connection The Digital Bill establishes the right to maintain the connection Households experiencing payment difficulties may receive financial assistance from a universal solidarity fund Their connection shall be maintained by their access provider while their assistance request is under examination 4 Confidentiality of private correspondence The Digital Bill guarantees the principle of confidentiality of electronic correspondence Emails shall henceforth be as confidential as physical letters and may not be analysed by email services except in order to detect spam and viruses 5 Right to be forgotten for minors Thanks to the Digital Bill in the event of difficulty in having data that was published when a person is or was a minor deleted it will be possible to refer to the CNIL which shall give a ruling within 15 days This will make it possible for example to request that photos of holidays or parties posted when a young girl was a minor and which could prejudice her in finding a work placement or a job be deleted 6 Better inform consumers of online reviews Thanks to the Digital Bill online review sites must indicate whether their publication has been verified Consumers can thus assess the degree of credibility of the reviews available online 7 Openness of public data With the Digital Bill public bodies such as social landlords must publish their databases online In addition public authorities will be required to guarantee

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  • “Gamers are enthusiasts who want their passion to be recognised by the wider public” #HistoiresdeFrance | Gouvernement.fr
    France It offered her a professional contract as opposed to her previous sponsorship Not only did I have a sponsor but also a monthly salary But I couldn t give up my studies overnight I know that the career of a professional gamer is short you never know what tomorrow will bring Eventually you come up against someone stronger than you I wanted to keep a backup option and so I decided to pursue my studies As the young gamer explains it is hard to compete as a professional in the long term because the body can t keep up I was seen as a video game prodigy but my reflexes aren t what they were when I was 10 Younger players soon overtake you After 15 years of tournaments my passion hasn t changed but I have less time to devote to it She says that once she turns thirty she will think about a change of career as a video game commentator manager or events organiser There are quite a few prospects E sports are yet to turn 20 but quite a lot of gamers are switching to new professions Her entry into competitive gaming at an early age allowed her to forge a reputation In 2012 she set a Guinness World Record for her 42 podium finishes the record for a female participant in fighting game tournaments That really earned me respect in the gaming community she admits Indeed few women play fighting games and tournaments are still primarily mixed In France I think I ve only ever seen five female gamers no more I figured that women love games but don t get involved after seeing the comments they read online which can sometimes be hurtful and assuming it ll be the same in real life But it s not true at all the community is lovely I ve met my best friends here That said Kayane admits that getting women involved in gaming is not easy even though there is no physical difference between gamers Teams are often formed of a circle of friends and that leads to teams of all guys on one side and all girls on the other It s very rarely mixed from the outset And it has to be said that the guys don t give girls a chance which is a real shame It creates a vicious cycle they remain on the sidelines and continue to be excluded Tournament organisers try to include girls but it s done rather clumsily Yet by continuing to compete in female only tournaments women are limiting themselves We can only improve by competing against a maximum number of gamers and that means playing against men Now 24 Kayane does not make her living solely from her professional gamer status It s hard in France especially in my discipline fighting games There aren t many cash prizes as it s a discipline that comes from Japan where honour counts above all else It s

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  • Efforts to prevent radicalisation stepped up at local and national levels in France | Gouvernement.fr
    the contrats de ville city contracts will also include an action plan for preventing radicalisation the Minister of Urban Affairs announced at the launch of the CAPRI on 9 January The centre conceived by the Muslim Federation of La Gironde with the support of the City of Bordeaux the Regional and Departmental Councils and the French Society for Research and Analysis of Mental Illness SFRAEM trains people involved in the youth and social sectors to identify the early signs and is trialling a method of psycho social intervention among at risk populations to help them escape from a position of victimisation The CAPRI adopts a three pronged approach receiving reports and supporting families dealing with cases monitored by prefectural assessment units circulating counter discourse materials online The Government is also taking to Facebook and Twitter to promote its cause Following the launch of the www stop djihadisme gouv fr website in early 2015 it is expanding the scope of measures to prevent and decipher propaganda produced by Islamic terrorist organisations via social networks By creating a presence on all web channels the Government aims to use the same tools as the jihadist propagandists to counter the virtual monopoly the terrorists enjoy on the internet and more importantly to dismantle the indoctrination mechanisms which lead hundreds of individuals to leave Finally on 18 January Patrick Kanner accompanied by the Swedish anti violent extremism coordinator Mona Sahlin visited Sarcelles Val d Oise the first town to adopt a radicalisation prevention programme By April 150 people working with local councils and other organisations will have been trained at the centre with sessions designed to raise awareness among the various regional stakeholders set to begin at the end of the month A resource centre will also be set up in the first quarter of

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  • The major European issues for 2016 | Gouvernement.fr
    external borders with a European border control corps and cooperation with third countries to support those that accommodate refugees and tackle the deep rooted causes of migration It is vital that these measures are implemented this year In the short term however there is an urgent need to deploy increased European and national resources to get these initial hotspots up and running in Greece and tighten border controls The action plan with Turkey must also be fully implemented Verification procedures registration taking fingerprints document checks etc must be meticulously observed There is also something of a state of emergency in Europe This calls for exceptional measures such as the reintroduction of national border controls as provided for in the Schengen rules These will need to be lifted again once the necessary guarantees regarding external border controls are in place All of these initiatives must form the basis of a European security pact that is crucial to the survival of Schengen and vital in the light of the migration challenge and the terrorist threat 2 Implement European schemes to promote employment We have to build on the progress made in 2015 notably by developing a funding and investment union that would better fund the real economy encourage convergence within the eurozone and increase its stability It is also important that work on the long term prospects of the eurozone continues The priority now however must be job creation European funding is available and should be used to support forward looking projects designed to achieve two major priorities for both Europe and France this year the energy transition capitalising on the achievements of the COP21 and digital modernisation accompanied by scrupulous copyright protection checks which are a vital for maintaining strong cultural and creative industries across Europe This funding must be mobilised the Juncker Plan has already helped to implement a number of projects in France 16 in total at a cost of nearly 2 billion but much remains to be done and the European funds dedicated to France worth 26 billion must be fully exploited This means raising awareness by working with the presidents of France s regional governments in particular among anyone that might have a project eligible for this funding and prioritising the rapid creation of jobs It is also important to back any initiative that supports the overseas departments which must remain a top priority for Europe 3 Combat fiscal and social dumping Here too progress has been made notably with the agreement making tax breaks for businesses transparent We must now take the next step by enabling each State to effectively tax the profits made within its own jurisdiction The Commission will put forward proposals in this respect These should be adopted as a matter of urgency On the social front unfair competition is undermining Europe s internal market Taking action will require strict monitoring of the practice of employee secondment which is being perverted by fraud and abuse The 2014 European agreement introduced additional safeguards We

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