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Hi, I'm studying abroad Fall of 2014. This is a video about my first week in Paris. Alongside not understanding anyone when they talked to me in French, running on 3 hours of sleep because I was jetlagged, having a shower the size of a shoebox, and not having any WiFi, phone service, or navigation, here's another traumatizing event that happened during my first week in Paris. Like, comment, subscribe, yo. HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: https://www.patreon.com/yesreneau Twitter: https://twitter.com/yesreneau Tumblr: https://yesreneau.tumblr.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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T/I: 10:34:41 Tens of thousands of French students held demonstrations in cities across the country on Tuesday (21/11) to demand more funding for universities. In Paris, it centered on a rally outside the Sorbonne, France's oldest university. SHOWS: PARIS, FRANCE 21/11: Tilt down from Sorbonne to student demo GVs of crowds chanting, and holding signs Student, VOX-POP (in English): "After years of waiting for money, and people to teach us, there is a lot of discontent in the university. We just want to study in good conditions." Student, VOX-POP (in French) about how the university needs money to function properly" WS demonstration WS crowd marches down street 1.50 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/64...
Noor Shamma discussed the ‘Art of Giving’ and to always uphold a smile, as it is the smallest gift you can give a stranger, to the larger picture of financial aid and giving up your time for others. She glanced across several examples on how social media and technology have created a divide; how people are too busy for one another and how it is up to you to make the change. Yet, once again the magic lies within you; the need to change from within, and that we can only be treated the way we treat others. The Head of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs at Paris-Sorbonne University, and the originator of the Postcard Initiative sweeping through the UAE and beyond. Her aim, is to restore the humanity in communication as the world becomes more connected and less humane with the omnipre...
How whole-heartedly do we need to long for something so we can make it happen? How can we reach our targets when the situation is not perfect? Born in 1944, Lili Golestan left for Paris after her secondary school and studied dress and textile designing at the Decorative Art institute in Paris. During that period, she attended some classes of world art history and French literature at Sorbonne university, and during her stay, she also participated in pottery making classes. After four years of living and studying in Paris, she returned to Iran and took up a job as a textile designer at Moghaddam textile factory. Later, she joined Iran’s national television as a dress designer and then, she became the head of children’s TV program. She quit her job after 7 years and afterwards, publishe...
The second fastest way to stop traffic with a sousaphone. What you can't see is the tourist-laden coach struggling to make it up the hill behind them.
BRUNO STAGNO UGARTE, UN Security Council Report. After 67 years attempting to maintain international peace and security, the UN Security Council currently faces a number of unprecedented challenges to its authority and efficacy. Confronted with new threats and conflicts, new claimants to the privileges of permanent membership, new critics to its claims to legitimacy and authority, and few successes since its 2011 landmark interventions in Libya and Côte d'Ivoire, the Security Council is at a crossroads. From burden shedding to burden sharing, from peacebuilding to robust peacekeeping, the Council is seeking for ways to retain its authority despite its continuing failure in Syria. The talk will take a look inside the Security Council, and address how this conservative organ is imperfectly ...
Follow AUP students during their 8 day simulation at The Ecole de Guerre in Paris and discover another example of the unique learning environment for students at The American University of Paris. This course prepares AUP students to play the role of international NGO humanitarian aid workers, responsible for proving relief to tens of thousands of civilians caught in the crossfire during the Exercise Coalition, a polyvalent simulation of military intervention organized and operated by the French War College (Ecole de Guerre) with civilian partners.
Russian Defence Ministry released aerial footage of airstrikes on Idlib region, on Tuesday, rejecting claims made by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' that they had targeted civilian settlements in Idlib province. Video ID: 20170926 006 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Check out this one hour live interview with the dean of student services and the deputy director of admissions and financial aid of The American University of Paris. Special thanks to @CAMPUS_CHANNEL_ for managing the interview and the student questions!
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"Ramadan est un mois spirituel que je partage avec ma famille et nos amis aux Emirats. ٌRamadan Kareem!" Angela Franklin, Chef de Section dans le Département des Affaires Culturelles et Etudiants à l'Université Paris- Sorbonne Abu Dhabi رمضان شهر روحاني أتشاركه مع عائلتي وأصدقائنا في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة. رمضان كريم!" أنجيلا فراكلين، رئيس قسم في إدارة شؤون الطلبة في جامعة باريس السوربون-أبوظبي
Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs held a lecture and book launch The Struggle for Iraq's Future: How Corruption, Incompetence and Sectarianism Have Undermined Democracy by Zaid al-Ali Since the withdrawal of US occupying forces, international attention has shifted away from Iraq - but life for Iraqis has become no easier. Deadly bombings are still all too common, sectarian violence has soared and all-pervading corruption means that massive inflows of aid and oil income have made very little difference to crucial issues like security, healthcare and power availability. Now, Iraqi lawyer Zaid al- Ali sets out why and how the post-occupation Iraqi government has failed to achieve legitimacy or improve its citizens' lives. He argues that the ill-planned US int...
Renaud Le Goix This talk provides a comparative perspective on trends, production and local consequences of gated communities in Paris and LA. Renaud Le Goix is Professor of Geography at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and an Alliance Program Visiting Professor at Columbia in Spring 2013. Co-sponsored by the Columbia Maison Française and the Alliance Program
Link to article: http://goo.gl/QenqzS In this video Jordanna discusses her forthcoming article in Antipode 46:3, "Narratives of Modernity, Masculinity and Citizenship amid Crisis in Abidjan's Sorbonne." She situates the Sorbonne, a public speaking area in the center of Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, within the context of the political and military conflict that led to its rise and ultimate demise. Next, she positions the Sorbonne as a social space where men reframed the crisis narrative and their place in it, drawing on a legacy of Abidjan as the "Paris of West Africa" to articulate themes of modernity, masculinity and citizenship. Literally and ideologically, predominantly un- and underemployed men centered themselves from the global and urban periphery. They enacted hyperbolized modern mascul...
Israeli forces have killed three of its family members and arrested scores of others, including 16-year old Ahed, but the Tamimi family continues its non-violent struggle for Palestinian freedom. We speak to Manal Tamimi about her recent imprisonment and her family's defiant activism Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.
Getting free scholarships for studying abroad in France requires applying for a study abroad scholarship to fund or partially fund the trip to France. Search the Internet for more French scholarships with insight from a financial aid officer in this free video on scholarships and financial aid. Expert: Brooke Kramer Contact: www.argosy.edu Bio: Brooke Kramer is the financial aid officer at Argosy University in Salt Lake City, Utah. Filmmaker: Michael Burton
ELSA Day is a day for the entire ELSA network to create a unique Human Rights forum, discuss international and European standards of the protection and implementation of Human Rights. This year we are promoting Access to Justice Beyond Borders and we have partnered with SONU, Sorbonne's association for the United Nations, in order to have a bigger impact on our network. Don't hesitate to share and spread the word about Access to Justice Beyond Borders ! Find out more at elsa.org/elsa-day
Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury in The West Wing episode 112 "He shall, from time to time." CUT TO: INT. THE PRESIDENT'S BEDROOM - DAY Bartlet and Leo are settled on the couch. Lord Marbury is across them. MARBURY You know, there are some marvelous flu remedies known in the certain remote parts of the subcontinent. Licorice root, for instance, combined with bamboo sap and a strong shot of whiskey. Ginger root, also, mixed with, uh, citrus peel. BARTLET And a strong shot of whiskey? MARBURY Yes, of course. In fact, you can throw out the ginger root and citrus peel, and still be well in your way. BARTLET What have you got for me, John? MARBURY Well, um, after speaking at length this past week with your secretaries of state and defense, as well as your joint chiefs and various emba...
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Coining the term ‘analogicalorgasm’, Massal explores the ways in which creative ideas can cause a chain reaction of creation across a wide variety of industries. Citing examples that range from lipsticks, to designer bags, to fridges, she demonstrates the ways in which successful products are rooted and gives tips on how to spark ideas that work. Ann Massal is an out of the box thinker who has been working in the beauty industry for the past 17 years across the globe and has launched some of the biggest innovations seen out there (BB Cream, Cushion Foundation...). She teaches innovation at La Sorbonne (Paris IV - CELSA) and has conceptualized the notion of analogicorgasm, which gives analogical thinking a brand new twist and can help anyone come up with an idea on-demand. A relentless ...
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