Enregistrement à l’Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
Dans le cadre de la mise en place de l’inventaire, le COPANEF publie ci-dessous un courrier et ses trois annexes à l’attention des CPNE.
- Lettre aux CPNE concernant l’Inventaire
- Grille provisoire attendue de la CNCP pour l’enregistrement à l’Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
- Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
- Arrêté du 31 décembre 2014 fixant les modalités de recensement à l’Inventaire des certifications et des habilitations.
Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
Dans le cadre de la mise en place de l’inventaire, le COPANEF publie un courrier et ses trois annexes à l’attention des CPNE.(source FPSPP)
Lettre aux CPNE concernant l’Inventaire
Grille provisoire attendue de la CNCP pour l’enregistrement à l’Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
Inventaire des certifications et habilitations
Arrêté du 31 décembre 2014 fixant les modalités de recensement à l’Inventaire des certifications et des habilitations
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Commemorating the attacks in France
As part of featuring January’s most relevant events, it is impossible to ignore the murders of 17 people in France earlier this month. The attacks have mobilized citizens and institutions worldwide, polarising public opinion, stirring editors, media and even academics. Reactions included a widespread commemoration of the victims calling for freedom of expression and warning against dangerous generalisations, as well as against the political consequences that such an event can have in fostering xenophobia and islamophobia.
Believing that it is possible to mourn the human loss and to express solidarity with the country that has suffered such a loss without embracing any of the xenophobic and islamophobic attitudes, ACA joins the voices sharing deep grief for the Charlie Hebdo satirists, police officers and customers of the supermarket, as well as for the whole of France. In the same way, the dramatic events offer a chance to restate the support for the value of freedom, as well as with those of fraternity and equality - that nurtured the French Revolution in 1789. The same principles have made possible the enormous progress in Europe and worldwide towards international mobility, science, innovation and the cultivation of critical thought in universities and research institutes.
While it is understood that not everybody can agree on the same values, faiths, ideas, we believe that the diversity of thought, together with exchange and dialogue, is a source of enrichment for peoples and cultures. Therefore - without necessarily endorsing the opinions published by the Charlie Hebdo magazine - we share our feeling of sympathy with all of those peacefully expressing their critical thought. At the same time, we find it important to warn against the simplistic interpretations that could lead to a reductionist narrative contrasting the ‘western’ values against the rest, and in particular against the Muslim population – that should not be simplistically confused with terrorist groups. It is important to reject any kind of fundamentalism – both the Islamic and the anti-Islamic one - and not to present them as a mutual zero-sum game.
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