Alumni Association of Saint-Martin: Jemi Van Dijk, Maria Yousfi and Cécile de Caunes
Alumni Association of Saint-Martin: Jemi Van Dijk, Maria Yousfi and Cécile de Caunes
The Community of Saint-Martin - Pôle Solidarité & Familles - and the General Social Security Fund of Guadeloupe - Agency of Saint-Martin - inform the population of Quartier 1 that since the beginning of December 2016, To the social protection are offered at the House of Solidarity and Families (MSF) of Quartier d'Orléans, located at No. 11 Street Coralita.
The following services are now offered to the inhabitants of this sector:
- Obtaining forms, certificates;
- Requests for renewal of Vitale card following loss or theft;
-Address change ;
-Prepare appointments with a Sickness Insurance or Retirement Insurance technician;
-Deposit of files.
The permanence is open from Monday to Friday, from 8 hours to 12 hours. For more information, please contact the MSF in the Orleans neighborhood at the 0590 87 37 21 or the Community Solidarity & Families Pole at the 0590 29 13 10.
The end of the year is approaching and there are only a few days left to register on the voters list in order to vote in 2017. In practice, the registration formalities must be carried out no later than 30 December 2016.
The 2017 year will be particularly busy in electoral polls, as no less than three elections will affect our territory.
-The first deadline concerns the territorial election that allows the election of the territorial council of Saint-Martin. This election will take place in two rounds, in March 2017. The dates selected are the 19 march 2017 for the 1er tour and the 26 march 2017 for the 2nd tour (awaiting the decree of application).
-The second deadline will be the presidential election to elect the next president of the French Republic. This national election will take place in two rounds, in April and May 2017. The 1er tour, the 23 April 2017 and the 2nd tour, the 07 may 2017.
-The third deadline concerns the legislative election to elect the deputy who will represent Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy in the National Assembly. This election will take place in two rounds, in June 2017. The 1er tour, the 11 June 2017 and the 2nd tour, the 18 June 2017.
In Saint-Martin, the presidential and legislative elections will be organized the day before the national election so that the votes can be counted.
What is the process for registering on the electoral roll?
To register, simply go to the Saint-Martin Community Elections Office, located at the Seafront Annex in Marigot, with the following documents:
-A valid ID (or expired less than 12 months): ID card or passport.
-A proof of residence: water, electricity, telephone, rent receipt, salary slip, administrative transfer order, tax notice.
The proof of domicile can also be constituted by a certificate of accommodation. The certificate of lodging when established by the father or mother may be accepted as is. On the other hand, a certificate of accommodation drawn up by any other person must be completed by proof that the claimant is attached to the territory (recent salary slip or any other official document containing the address of the person hosted).
The young people of 18 years who carried out their military census at 16 years are automatically registered on the electoral list on opinion of the INSEE. The others, who will celebrate their 18th anniversary until the eve of the 19 March 2017 elections, must get closer to the elections office with their ID to register (law 97-1027 10 November 1997).
The community of Saint-Martin invites you to take action now.
For further information, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com ou firstname.lastname@example.org. The elections office can be contacted by the 0590 29 59 20.
Public reception from Monday to Friday from 8h30 to 13h30.
Monitoring Bulletin VIGILANCE No. 3 for the Northern Islands
Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy from Tuesday 13 December 2016 to 06h05 legal either 10: 05 UTC
Level of vigilance: YELLOW
Danger: Dangerous sea at the coast
The St. Lawrence Water and Sanitation Building reopened the Rue de la Liberté, Rue du Palais de Justice and Rue Kennedy in Marigot on Saturday 03 december evening, after four months of work on the network d Water and sanitation.
This work allowed new pipelines to be installed in this downtown area where the networks were very dilapidated. Two drinking water pipelines and a wastewater pipeline have been replaced. The workers are currently working on the final cleaning of the area and on the rehabilitation of the sidewalks on which the sewerage systems and the arrivals of drinking water to the users are installed; 10 days of work that will put an end to this important phase of rehabilitation. The quality of the water and sanitation network is a necessity for the territories in terms of public hygiene and service to the population; Saint-Martin is part of this dynamic and is catching up with its structural backwardness.
Aware of the impact on economic activity, the Water and Sanitation Authority has made every effort to respect its initial schedule and once again thanks the merchants and the local residents of the Marigot center for their patience and their patience. comprehension.
As part of the Hour of Code event, the Computer Science Education Week of
5 at the 11 December 2016, the association The workshop of the code organizes at the Médiathèque Territoriale
Of Saint-Martin, a workshop on computer programming on Saturday 10 december
2016 from 9h to 13h.
Open to all, children (from 8 years), young people, adults, parents, teachers, entrepreneurs
Will be able to learn the code with a playful and participative approach.
Attention the places are limited (several sessions), free inscription: latelierducode.fr
The association L'atelier du code aims to promote the learning of the code and show that anyone,
Regardless of age, can learn the basics of programming. latelierducode.fr
The Hour of Code Is a global movement reaching tens of millions of people in 180 + countries.hourofcode.com
06 90 08 81 84
The 6 December 2016, the State, the County Council and the Regional Council of Guadeloupe organize the 3th Territorial Social Workshops of Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin
Discussion Topic: Social work is an actor of public policies for the treatment of the social question
Animations scheduled all day on Thursday 22 December 2016, from 11h00 to 18h00.
The 6 December 2016, the State, the Departmental Council and the Regional Council of Guadeloupe organize the 3th Assises Territoriales of the Social Work of Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin
The Prefect of the Guadeloupe region, representing the State in the Overseas Communities (COM) of Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin, organizes with the President of the Departmental Council of Guadeloupe the President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe , The 3ème and last territorial foundations of the social work of the Region Guadeloupe, Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin.
This meeting will be held on Tuesday 6 December 2016, from 8h30 to 13h at the Memorial ACTe on the site of DARBOUSSIER, High place of memory.
This third meeting completes the process initiated during the first and second meetings of 2014 and 2015, which brought together a thousand participants (public and private actors, local elected representatives, students, field professionals and social service users). All these actors crossed their gaze and shared their experiences during working meetings to come up with recommendations that took into account the sociology of the environment and the anthropology of Guadeloupe's society in all its components, including those of the COMs. Saint-Barthélémy and Saint-Martin.
For the record, in 2009 during the social crisis, a wide consultation of the population of Guadeloupe and the professionals in charge of the implementation of public policies on the territory was organized in order to bring tangible solutions to the problems existing in Guadeloupe.
The debates enabled us to tackle many themes: economic issues as well as social policies such as family, childhood, the integration of young people, unemployment, the fight against exclusion, Situations of social maladjustment and disability, aging, psychological suffering and other social difficulties.
It is therefore together that the State, the Department and the Region wish to provide answers to the problems that are identified by the social actors. This program took the form at national level, of General States of Social Work set up by the President of the Republic in 2014. In the Guadeloupe region and in the overseas collectivities of Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin, this reflection was carried out within the framework of Territorial Assises of Social Work.
The methodology that has been applied has been that of interinstitutional and interactive work with a view to arriving at a shared territorial diagnosis on the social policies' application of social policies. After conducting conferences of territories that allowed more than 400 participants to participate in the debate, proposals came into being. The main lines of these recommendations have been presented for validation to the 2èmes seated in 2015 and they will be presented definitively 6 December 2016 to professionals in the social and medico-social sector, namely:
The definition of social work:
The creation of a directory of all social workers working in Guadeloupe and the northern islands in the private and public sectors;
Implementation of the Koézion Glob web site for social workers;
Presentation of job mapping, staffing and social work skills in order to organize the evolution of the trade and to plan the departures / replacements.
The culmination of the 6 demonstration next December will be the signing of the protocol between the State, the Regional Council and the Departmental Council on the evolution and adaptation of social work in Guadeloupe. This protocol is a first in France for the unification of the professional and ethical relations of social workers in the archipelago and the northern islands.
This will be done in the presence of all the participants, but also with the support of the National Center for the Territorial Public Service and the approved joint collector organizations, UNIFAF for the health and social sector, UNIFORMATION for the home help sector .
On Tuesday 6 December 2016 is a historic day, as the State, the regional council and the county council are committed to sign a founding document aiming to maintain social work in a national frame of reference while definitely inscribing it In practice in its Guadeloupean and Caribbean social environment.
There can be no disconnected care of the societal environment, it is at this price that our public social policies can make sense.
In order to relay this information to the greatest number, active collaboration and the presence of your media to cover this event is strongly solicited.
The third conference devoted to the discovery of the history of Saint-Martin, within the framework of the cycle Know your history, know your country, will take place on Wednesday 7 December 2016 to 18h, precise (working room, 1er floor of the Media library , Concordia).
On the initiative of the Neighborhood Council n ° 3 and the association Hot'n Spicy, with the support of the Territorial Archives, this cycle of conferences, begun on 23 last March, proposes to make discover the history of Saint Martin , Chronologically and thematically, through the analysis of archives and works. The aim of this initiative is to stimulate historical research, especially for young people, and to encourage exchanges on the history of the French side and the Dutch side.
In keeping with the theme "Religions in St. Martin", for which Gérard Lafleur, a Guadeloupean historian, traveled on 25 last May in Saint-Martin and had offered the public the fruit of his research on Protestants Saint-Martin in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the next meeting will continue its journey in time with the interventions of:
- Ms ARRINDELL Rhoda (former Minister of Education and Culture of Sint Maarten), "The Stories of the Catholic Religion and the Reform Churches of Dutch Sint Maarten"
-Mr DARGAUD Stéphanie (Director of the Territorial and Heritage Archives of Saint-Martin): "The development of Catholicism in Saint-Martin (XVII-XIX centuries)
Practical information :
-Mercredi 7 December 2016, 18h-20h
-Building of the Territorial Archives and the Media Library (Concordia), working room of the Médiathèque (1er floor)