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UNESCO and the French presidency of the intergovernmental council of the MOST program are organizing an international colloquium to study the social and human sciences for the pandemic, almost two years after its launch. MOST is an intergovernmental research program focused on the management of social transformations, which aims to strengthen the contribution of the social sciences and humanities to policy development in order to be better prepared to meet the challenges we face: PROGRAM THE SOCIAL SCIENCES FACE TO THE COVID PANDEMIC19 STATE OF CONNECTIONS AND PROPOSITIONS OF ACTION OCTOBER 21-22, 2021 ON THE LEAGUE OF THE UNESCO Audrey Azoulay, Director General of UNESCO Véronique Roger-Lacan, Ambassador of France to UNESCO Yves Saint-Geours, President of the French National Commission for UNESCO Frédérique Vidal, Minister of the Superior Enlightenment, of the Research and Innovation of the French Republic OCTOBER 21 9h-17h30 9h-10h30 DISCOURS OF OVERVIEW 10h30-13h SESSION 1: MEDICINE, EDUCATION AND RELIGION Effects of la Covid-19 on the medical journey of people living with the VIH at Antananarivo, Madagascar. Premier results of the ANRS qualitative study CoVIH-OI (2021) Dolorès Pourette, Onintsoa Rakotoarisoa, Marion Louault, Elliot Rakotomanana, Chiarella Mattern, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement / Institut Pasteur de Madagascar / Université de Bordeaux, France Seitbadam Bauyrzhan Magazuly, Aikyz Bauyrzhankyzy Accreditation and Notation Agency (IAAR), Nur-Sultan / Daryn School, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan Evaluation of emotional conditions of those in the context of the educational environment for the COVID-19 pandemic: a case study schools of Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan) Moderation: François Bompart Role of the Church at the request of the COVID-19 pandemic: a study of the Liangmai community in Manipur To Thonbamli, Manjita Devi. Bombay Institute of Technology, India INTRODUCTION DISCOURSES Erwan Dianteill, University of Paris, President of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Council MOST and Ndri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba, President of the MOST Scientific Council, Gabriela Ramos, General Directorate for Human and Social Sciences, UNESCO Matilde Molina Cintra de la Caridad, Aja Díaz Antonio, Vázquez Padilla Maydeé Center for Demographic Studies at the University of Havana, Cuba Socio-demographic differences of COVID-19 among the young Cubains in a genre perspective 14h-17h30 SESSION 2: BIO-POLICIES AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION 12h-13h: Pause Interaction facilitated by the pandemic: comment les strangers improvised author the masks and the physical distance in the urban public spaces Mervyn Horgan, University of Guelph, Canada and Center for Cultural Sociology at Yale University, EUA Moderation: Maja Gerovska Mitev Crown of war time: a transversal study in Syria Afraa Razouk, Yaman Abdin, Prince Yeboah, Werner Pitsch, Jawad Nasim, Mohammad Maarouf, Claus Jacob, School of Pharmacy, University of Sarre, Saarbruecken, Germany / Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Damascus, Syria Intergovernmental coordination and cooperation for responses efficiency policies: an analysis of the crisis of COVID-19 in Canada et al NorvègeDmitriy Fedotov, University of Toronto, Canada 15h30-16h: Pause The political management of Covid-19 in a focal chamber: a return to the envelopes of a biopolitics by ciphers Enama Daniel, Faculty of Law and Politics of the Catholic University of Central Africa, Cameroon The role of donors in the soutien aux pays pauvres du monde en development of the COVID-19 pandemic Paiman Ahmad, Sanjay Chopra, Franklin Akosa, College of Human Sciences, University of Raparin, Sulaymaniyah, Iraq / University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary / University of Commerce of the University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana 17h-17h30 – General debate 10h-13h SESSION 3: QUALITY OF LIFE AND MENTAL HEALTH Persistent effects: exam of mental health at the moment of regression du Covid-19 Amandeep Dhaliwal, Institute for International Research and Studies, Faridabad, Inde Moderation: Erwan Dianteill Satisfaction of life and well being the pandemic in Brussels: 2020-2021 Tania Kiehl Lucci, Emma Otta, University of São Paulo, Brazil Risk perception, pain, social distance, mask and treatment concerning COVID-19 in India and the United States of America Varun Dutt, Shashank Uttrani, Anam Siddique, Neena Sreekumar, Neha Sharma Institute of Technology of Mandi, India The professional experience of their entrails by distance measurements physics and psychiatry Hélène Kane, Jade Gourret Baumgart, Laurence Fond-Harmant, Gaëtan Absil, Jocelyn Deloyer, Wissam El-Hage, Catherine Maes, Frédéric Denis, Université François-Rabelais, Faculty of Medicine

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