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AMICALE OFFICE

President: Denis HUBER

Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU

Vice-President: Ellen FOURNIER

Treasurer: Catherine GUERRERO

Executive Secretary: Renée MORITZ

Elected Members: Keltoum BELAID, Alla HEITZ, Bridget O'LOUGHLIN, Marie-Rose PREVOST, Eleni TSETSEKOU.

SECRETARIAT

AGORA - Office A1.09V
+33(0)3 88 41 32 66 
amicale@coe.int

 

HORAIRES D'OUVERTURE : 

Du lundi au vendredi :

- de 9h30 à 12h30

- 14h00 à 17h00.

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BISS (Bilingual International School of Strasbourg) / Filière BISS Le Gymnase

BISS (Bilingual International School of Strasbourg) / Filière BISS Le Gymnase

Calendar from 27/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

BISS is the English/French bilingual section of Le Gymnase that offers an international bilingual education from Year 1 to the IB (International Baccalauréat).

From Year 1 the pupils follow the bilingual programme according to the IB philosophy : learning based on research, questioning and collaboration between pupils and adults.

The Primary Programme (PP) follows a transdisciplinary approach which allows the pupils to better understand and prepare for the world according to an international ... Read more »

MAVKA, THE FOREST SONG

MAVKA, THE FOREST SONG

Calendar from 08/03/2020 to 08/03/2020

Slavic mythology, pagan talisman. Creative workshops and homage to the feminist writer.

Culture Focus - Blog

This video is a project of the international artistic cooperation realized on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Lessia Oukrainka (Lesia Ukrainka, 1871 - 1913), great Ukrainian and European writer, poetess and playwright, polyglote, feminist activist. The creators of the Motanka art dolls are inspired by characters from Lessia Oukrainka's literary works, especially her fairy-tale ... Read more »

Le Printemps des Poètes, 13-29 March 2021

Le Printemps des Poètes, 13-29 March 2021

Calendar from 03/03/2020 to 29/03/2020

This year we are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the "prince of poets", Charles Baudelaire, born on 9 April 1821.

What makes a poem touch us, even upset us? More than its artistic quality, it is its sincerity, its human value, its authenticity. As Stefan Zweig wrote in a letter to the Swedish feminist writer Ellen Key in 1907: "The praise I receive from all sides for my poems is repugnant to me inwardly, because their artistic quality is always praised; few people feel the connection to ... Read more »