Please see below message from Christine Demesse, president of the main alumni association (AAEENA), with link to a short questionnaire. Grateful if you could please complete by 20 March. We'll notify you as soon as results are published. Thanks!

Questionnaire à destination de l’ensemble des anciens élèves de l’ENA
Chers camarades,
Le Bureau de notre Association a souhaité interroger l'ensemble des anciens élèves français et étrangers sur leur connaissance des services offerts par l'Association et leurs attentes.
La Commission Communication a élaboré un questionnaire, que je vous remercie de bien vouloir compléter, avant le 20 mars prochain. Ce document a été volontairement établi sur la base de questions fermées afin d'en faciliter l'exploitation.
Les résultats de cette enquête seront publiés dans la revue et disponibles sur notre Site (www.aaeena.fr).
Très cordialement,

Christine Demesse
Présidente de l'AAEENA
226, boulevard Saint-Germain
75007 Paris
Tél. : 01 45 44 49 50
info@aaeena.fr
 
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To tie in with the summer Olympics, the Institut Français is hosting "Are you game?" - a series of sports-themed cultural events.

We'll post details of upcoming seminars, debates, talks and screenings.


15 March: "Too much money in sport?" (panel discussion in English and French)
12 April: "Are hooligans offside?" (panel discussion in English and French)
9 May: "Embedded! - sport and mass media" (conference)

More details, including timing and tickets, on their website.


 
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Not far now from the French presidential election ... and, as if on cue, out come the old photos of promotion Voltaire!

This week it's The Economist's turn: "Old school ties"

The editors have circled Ségolène Royal (but she's not running!), François Hollande and Dominique de Villepin, and noted "two fringe candidates" (ouch!) without naming them. One is Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (Liberté-Égalité-Fraternité).

But who's the other? Answers in the comment box please...