General Assembly 2016
The general assembly on 17 & 18 March 2016 was designed as an opportunity for partnerships. To this end, the FEDE team sought to apply its best efforts to help establish a large network between member schools through meetings, sharing and discussions.
The 2016 general assembly also served as an opportunity to reflect on education, transmission and innovation with Luc Ferry, the FEDE Great Witness.
The 2016 assembly also presented the construction of a new FEDE, a more dynamic FEDE, more modern and more enterprising!
Paris, City of Lights!
Paris, the French capital, is full of cultural and historical attractions. It is mainly known and renowned in the fields of culture, art, fashion, gastronomy and design.
Paris boasts a wide range of tourist attractions with its districts resembling small villages, must-see monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum and the Arc de Triomphe, making it the leading tourist destination in the world. Even today, monuments and historical districts still bear witness to a rich history.
Its city of lights nickname stems from its cultural and intellectual life, and its effervescence, as, when night falls, façades and monuments sparkle and shimmer along the Seine River.
Cosmopolitan and dynamic, Paris is and always will be Paris, a capital unlike any other!
The highlights of the 2016 General Assembly:
Speech of the Great Witness
Philosopher, writer, former french minister of Education and Research
“Education, Transmission, Innovation”
Organisation of the new FEDE 2015-2019
- Presentation of the new administrative team
- Visual communication, proposal of a new identity
- Presentation of a new corporate identity and style guide
- Presentation of the new web site
- Presentation of communication material for the schools
- Naming of DEES diplomas towards Bachelor
- Proposal for the creation of FEDE Alumni
This event will encourage the implementation of inter-school networks and the creation of bilateral agreements. Based on a schedule determined by the FEDE beforehand, the schools will host or visit other schools in turns. Meeting points (tables and areas) will be set up for members, to provide them with the opportunity to present their establishments and initiate partnerships.
Photo highlights of the 2016 General Assembly
Welcome speech by the President, Claude VIVIER LE GOT
Moral report by Jean-Luc COLLET, General Secretary