Women's rights: from yesterday to today

March 8 is International Women's Day. It is an opportunity to take stock of past struggles, but above all to prepare for the future and the opportunities that await future generations of women.

February: Black History Month in Canada

Black history in Canada is found in very few of our books. The month of February is therefore an opportunity to talk about it, to become aware of the past and the path that remains to be traveled. Here is a host of resources and activity ideas to talk about it in high school, also integrating digital!

Vaccination passport and ethical issues

While some European countries have already implemented a vaccination passport, Canada is considering following suit very soon. However, the initiative raises many questions ...

Resurgence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

For several days, the eyes of the world have been on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Why such a resurgence of violence in the Middle East? Insights into a historical conflict with multiple origins.

Better understand the work of journalists

Press and Media Week, which runs from May 3 to 7, 2021, is an opportunity to learn about the work of journalists and discover the role of the media in society.

The ethical considerations of a children's Instagram

The vice president of Instagram recently announced the company's desire to develop a version of the platform so that children under 13 can use it safely.

COVID-19: back on a confined year

On March 11, 2020, the WHO Director General announced that we are now facing a global COVID-19 pandemic. One year later, how is the future shaping up?

Is our society more polarized than ever?

January 6, 2021. A sad date in the history of the United States. The attack on the Capitol will have marked the spirits in various ways; among other things, through the operationalization of this polarization which is raging more and more violently among our neighbors to the South. Insights into the sources of polarization in our society and how to avoid falling into the trap.

What will the city of the future look like?

What will the world look like in 30 years? In 40 years? The health crisis that we have been experiencing since March 2020 has accelerated certain changes that tend towards the vision we can have of the city of the future. Through an independent learning path, students will look at various ways of envisioning the future of cities and at the sustainable actions to be taken.

Charlie Hebdo: historic trial under high tension

Five years after the attacks against the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, a historic trial opens in Paris. Who end up in court? How do the survivors see this approach? Back on the tragic events of January 7, 2015 to understand the ins and outs.