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mercredi, 23 février 2011

Comunicat en lenga francesa ... pel Lengadòc e lo lotjament - encontre de Besièrs

debat lotjament en Lengadòc.jpgLe Mouvement Démocrate lance une grande campagne d'action sur le logement. Pour que notre travail de groupe politique soit efficace, nous nous devons de créer une vraie passerelle vers les associations qui sont sur le terrain au quotidien. Sans vous, associations, aucune famille politique pourra avancer et proposer des réelles solutions pour les citoyens.
Personnellement, je suis sur le terrain associatif sur cette question du Logement depuis 2008. J'ai commencé à tirer la sonnette d'alarme quelques mois après, pour en arriver enfin à la mise en place d'une série de réunions et d'ateliers dans l'Hérault, qui seront repris par la suite dans d'autres départements. 
La crise ne fait qu'accentuer la situation de précarité d'un très large public en grande difficulté, mais également à des publics jusqu'à présent "oubliés" : la classe moyenne, les étudiants et les personnes âgées ou en dépendance.
Je vous invite à nous honorer de votre présence Jeudi 24 Février au Théâtre du Minotaure à partir de 18h30 pour échanger de façon constructive sur ce sujet et lutter sérieusement contre le mal-logement.

 

samedi, 19 février 2011

Massilia Sound System, per la musica modèrna occitana

Jordi Barre, una pensada per l'enterrament del cantaire d'una nacion, Catalonha-Catalunya

Portada L'Indépendant Jordi Barre.jpg«Département pleure», las redaccions departamentalistas .... son una catatròfa pels païses catalans e occitans.

CATALUNYA PLORA

OCCITÀNIA PLORA

Avèm encara e encara lo dependentisme provincial, aquel de la «frontière naturelle» del tractat de Louis XIV !

An costejat de prèp Jordi Barre, mas an pas realament comprès lo país coma el lo cantava.

jeudi, 17 février 2011

Arrels prepausa un programa especial per la mòrt d'en Jordi Barre

LA MORT DE JORDI BARRE 

Una Capella ardent serà instal·lada demà divendres a la capella del cementiri Sant Joan de Perpinyà, al Campo Santo.
Les exèquies de Jordi Barre tindran lloc dissabte a la catedral de Perpinyà;
Jordi Barre va néixer el 7 d'abril del 1920 a Argelers de la Marenda.
Va començar la seva carrera artística en una orquestra de ball on cantava en francès.
A partir del 1963 va començar a cantar i enregistrar discos que tots després seran en català.
Des de Barcelona amb els peoners de la Nova Cançó, tot passant per Mànchester, l'Alguer, París (l'Olympia, Bercy)... i fins al llunyà Japó, les més grans sales d'espectacles li han fet un triomf.
Recorregut prolífic durant el qual Jordi cultiva els generes musicals més diversos, com el teatre musical dels Angelets de la Terra o dels Reis de Mallorca, per arribar a la creació simfònica, la cantata "O Món" sense oblidar el Fanal de Sant Vicenç i l'Estudiantina d'Illa de Tet.
Una carrera rica de milers d'espectacles, de més de dues centes cançons, d'una vintena de discos i de múltiples emissions de televisió.
El seu repertori, inclou poemes d'autors catalans com Joan Tocabens, Joan Amade, Joan Cayrol, Jordi Pere Cerdà, Nicole Chanton, Lluís Andreu, Joan Pere Lacombe Massot, Andreu Barrere, Joan Bosc, Roger Camprodon, Joan Salvat-Papasseit, Josep Carner i Joan Maragall i textos propis, comèdia musical, cançó infantil i tradicional, i peces simfòniques.
El 1982 li fou lliurat el Disc d'Or.
Ha rebut altres guardons com el premi Joan Blanca a favor de la defensa del català el 1999, la Creu de Sant Jordi el 1992.

http://arrels.net/

 

Jordi Barre es mòrt

lundi, 14 février 2011

Lo futur de la lenga irlandesa fa partit de la campanha actuala, The Irish Times ne parla en anglés

The Irish Times - Monday, February 14, 2011

Future of Irish to be made key issue for election

LORNA SIGGINS, Western Correspondent

DEBATE: WITH JUST days to go before the first election television debate in Irish, on Wednesday, between the three party leaders, language organisations have stepped up their campaign to defend Irish as a core subject for the Leaving Certificate.

Conradh na Gaeilge says it is canvassing all candidates in the election on this issue, and on full implementation of the new 20-year strategy for the Irish language.

Some 300 people from Irish colleges in Gaeltacht regions attended a meeting on the issue last week in Furbo, Co Galway.

Last week, two Fine Gael candidates in Galway West distanced themselves from their party leader’s proposal to drop Irish as a compulsory Leaving Certificate subject. Galway county councillor Sean Kyne and Senator Fidelma Healy Eames have acknowledged there should be a review before any such decision.

The Labour Party has denied a claim by Minister for Social Protection Eamon Ó Cuív last week that it supported Fine Gael’s proposal. Labour leader Eamon Gilmore says his party is committed to the retention of Irish as one of the three core compulsory subjects for the Leaving Certificate. He believes the teaching of Irish “needed significant reform”. “An objective of language policy should be to ensure that students leaving school should be able to conduct a conversation in Irish with their peers. “This is not always the case at present,” he said. He will take part with Fianna Fáíl leader Micheál Martin and Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny in TG4’s three-way debate on Wednesday – the first such televised debate outside Dublin.

The 50-minute debate may be prerecorded, to allow for English subtitles, and will be broadcast from TG4’s Baile na hAbhann headquarters, Co Galway, after the 7pm news.

 

Protest over FG language strategy

ÉANNA Ó CAOLLAÍ

Several hundred students marched on Fine Gael headquarters at lunchtime today in protest at Enda Kenny’s proposal to make the Irish language optional for the Leaving Certificate.

Demonstrators staged a silent sit-down protest at Dáil Éireann before making their way to the party’s headquarters on Upper Mount Street.

The Fine Gael language strategy, announced earlier this month, will make Irish optional after the Junior Certificate following a period of consultation with stakeholders.

A petition signed by more than 15,000 people opposed to the measure was handed in by Aodhán Ó Déa, Irish language officer with the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

Mr Ó Déa said “We are angry about this and we won’t vote for Fine Gael if they continue with this policy.”

“Enda Kenny is not happy to meet with us and we’re telling him that if you’re not happy to meet us Enda, we’re going to come and meet you and that is why we are handing in this petition to Fine Gael headquarters today”, Mr Ó Déa said.

Today’s demonstration is the first stage of a new campaign against the new Fine Gael strategy. Many demonstrators covered their mouths with tape in a symbolic protest against the proposal.

One protester said Mr Kenny’s move was a “lazy solution to a problem that has been brewing for years.”

Acknowledging problems with the current curriculum, TCD student Jen Ní Mhathúna said by getting rid of compulsory Irish, Fine Gael was avoiding the issue.

“It’s a lot easier in the short term to just do away with it and not have to deal with what the difficulties in teaching Irish are.”

“In the long term it is absolutely detrimental to the language and the future of the language", she said.

Another TCD student, Mr Cillian Hanaphy said the move was an attempt to reduce the language’s social status.

"There's no evidence anywhere in the world that says you can restore a language by reducing its social status. It's an absolute cop-out", he insisted.

"The language will die out eventually if this happens because students won't pick it. The curriculum needs to be changed - you can't just get rid of a language", he added.

The Fine Gael leader’s proposal has been criticised by language and Gaeltacht community groups. A number of Fine Gael election candidates have also expressed their disquiet at the plan.

Describing the measure as “a regressive step in the development of the language”, Cllr. Brendan Griffin is the latest Fine Gael election candidate to state his concern.

Mr Kenny’s proposal has caused “great worry, upset and annoyance” to many of his constituents and would have “negative cultural and economic implications on a local and national level”, the Kerry South candidate candidate said.

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    Lo grope occitan Lo Còr de la PLana, es en virada al Reialme Unit

    LO PROGRAMA ES DISPONIBLE AQUÍ

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    Los Grammy reconeisson lo trabalh d'en Jordi Savall

    53a edició dels Premis Grammy

    Els Grammy reconeixen la feina de Jordi Savall

    El violgambista s'endú el premi a la millor actuació de petit format de gènere clàssic

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    El músic i compositor català Jordi Savall ha estat guardonat en la 53a edició dels Premis Grammy com a Millor Actuació de Petit Format de gènere clàssic per la seva obraDinastia Borja. Església i Poder al Renaixement.

    El compositor, de 60 anys, competia amb Harry Christophers per Music For The Tudors i Øyvind Gimse & Geir Inge Lotsberg perTrondheimsolistene.

    Informacion ARA, jornal de Barcelona.

    vendredi, 11 février 2011

    Lo senador Esquerda (ERC) parla occitan a Madrid, per dire l'enregistrament de l'occitan coma lenga oficiala al Principat

    Me sembla un element important per donar un rebat internacional a l'occitan, OCCITAN.

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    jeudi, 10 février 2011

    Sobre los Republicans Espanhòls, un novèl agach, Catalans, Bascos e Espanhòls en Occitània

     

    Pàmias

    conferéncia-diapòrama 

    Novèls agaches sobre los Republicans espanhòls 

    organizada per l’Amicala dels Ancians Guerilleròs Espanhòls en França – FFI d'Arièja ambe lo sosten de Iberia y Cultura – Pàmias, que se debanarà 

    lo dissabte 12 febrièr a la 14:30h a la sala Iberia y cultura, a costat de l'aula del jòc del Malh a Pàmias.

    La conferéncia presentada per Henri Farreny, se seguirà per un debat. 

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