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Symposium: Vanuatu, an island between diversity and unity

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from April 26, 2016 to April 27, 2016
Port-Vila, Vanuatu.

83 islands, 3 official languages and 120 local languages: epitome of the diversity and specificity of the Vanuatu archipelago. Beyond the geographical, cultural and linguistic fragmentation, the “Melanesian path”, an identity common to the Melanesian populations, acts a factor of unity now jeopardized by the impact of globalization.

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This international symposium will explore the paradox of Vanuatu culture: unity and diversity, identity and uniformization…

The topic will be addressed by French and Vanuatuan discussants who will be speaking in the three official languages of the archipelago (French, English or Bislama); they will shed a new light on the legal, economic and socio-cultural environment in Vanuatu.

Program: upcoming

Information: Mrs Michelle Boubay-Pages

For more:
On the AES Bachelor's degree: click here (french website)
On Vanuatu: click here

Partners
Organisé par l'IRDEIC, l'AUF et la Faculté d'Admimnistration et Communication.

Faculty of Administration and Communication Studies

Date of update April 4, 2016


Contact University: +33(0)5.61.63.35.00

Toulouse 1 Capitole (UT1) is a teaching and research centre of international excellence for law, economics and management. We are proud to have Jean Tirole, the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economy among our lecturer-researchers. In 2012, it was awarded the "Jean-Monnet Centre of Excellence" label by the European Commission.

Three campuses in France, all located in the city centre, in Toulouse, Montauban and Rodez.
Three establishments abroad:
Vietnam, Morocco and Vanuatu.


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