Editorial

Action !

Émilie SUEUR | L'Orient-Le Jour
25/06/2016

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016...For the fourth consecutive year, L'Orient-Le Jour partners with Impact Journalism Day. Ever since its very first edition, we believed in this project carried out by Sparknews which collaboratively promotes (along with 55 newspapers around the world partaking in said project), impact journalism. Today, more than ever before, we believe in it.


It is essential to report and decode international breaking news, from the Syrian war to the attacks perpetrated in Paris, Brussels and elsewhere, along with the US Presidential campaign or the Brexit referendum, but it is evermore necessary to highlight the initiatives of those who find solutions to social, environmental, economic, public healthcare issues.


It is ever more evident that from Japan to Peru, crossing through Lebanon, we are confronted to similar challenges, whether it may be waste handling, social inclusion, environment protection... And to highlight the solutions brought forward in Kamikatsu, Bukiro ou New Haven, for the management of waste, access to clean water, or overfishing... Solutions that could be a source of inspiration anywhere, and a catalyst for change.
This is where the beating heart of this project lies: to inspire.


Today we are no longer granted the luxury of being passive. With this supplement, we hope to inform and sensitize you, but most importantly: encourage you to act and become, you too, agents for change.

 

 

 

Voir aussi les précédentes éditions

Un monde de solutions (I)

Un monde de solutions (II)

Un monde de solutions (III)

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Action ! - Émilie SUEUR - L'Orient-Le Jour

Editorial

Action !

Émilie SUEUR | L'Orient-Le Jour
25/06/2016

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016...For the fourth consecutive year, L'Orient-Le Jour partners with Impact Journalism Day. Ever since its very first edition, we believed in this project carried out by Sparknews which collaboratively promotes (along with 55 newspapers around the world partaking in said project), impact journalism. Today, more than ever before, we believe in it.


It is essential to report and decode international breaking news, from the Syrian war to the attacks perpetrated in Paris, Brussels and elsewhere, along with the US Presidential campaign or the Brexit referendum, but it is evermore necessary to highlight the initiatives of those who find solutions to social, environmental, economic, public healthcare issues.


It is ever more evident that from Japan to Peru, crossing through Lebanon, we are confronted to similar challenges, whether it may be waste handling, social inclusion, environment protection... And to highlight the solutions brought forward in Kamikatsu, Bukiro ou New Haven, for the management of waste, access to clean water, or overfishing... Solutions that could be a source of inspiration anywhere, and a catalyst for change.
This is where the beating heart of this project lies: to inspire.


Today we are no longer granted the luxury of being passive. With this supplement, we hope to inform and sensitize you, but most importantly: encourage you to act and become, you too, agents for change.

 

 

 

Voir aussi les précédentes éditions

Un monde de solutions (I)

Un monde de solutions (II)

Un monde de solutions (III)

Vos Commentaires

Chère/cher internaute,
Afin que vos réactions soient validées sans problème par les modérateurs de L'Orient-Le Jour, nous vous prions de jeter un coup d'oeil à notre charte de modération en cliquant ici.

Nous vous rappelons que les commentaires doivent être des réactions à l'article concerné et que l'espace "réactions" de L'Orient-Le Jour, afin d'éviter tout dérapage, n'est pas un forum de discussion entre internautes.

Merci.